Mindfulness and Professional Identity Development: The Inner Work of Justice f

January 14, 5:30pm - 7:45pm
Mānoa Campus, Zoom hosted

Offers an introduction to mindfulness-based meditation, principles of knowing and values-aligned, ethical action in the context of legal education, law practice, and the challenges to justice in the 21st century. Adapted from the basic course in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction created by the University of Massachusetts and offering high-value support for focusing, presence, and enhanced performance in professional education and other arenas. Instructor: Professor Rhonda V. Magee is a teacher of mindfulness-based stress reduction interventions for lawyers, law students, and for minimizing social-identity-based bias. A full-time faculty member at University of San Francisco since 1998, and a full professor since 2004, she served as co-director of the University’s Center for Teaching Excellence. She teaches Torts; Race, Law and Policy; and courses in Contemplative and Mindful Law and Law Practice. She is a highly practiced facilitator, with an emphasis on mindful communication, trained through programs at the University of Massachusetts’s School of Medicine’s Oasis Teacher Training Institute, and the Stanford Graduate School of Business Facilitator Training Program.


Ticket Information
Free (but must register to obtain the Zoom information)

Event Sponsor
William S. Richardson School of Law, Mānoa Campus

More Information
Bob Lipske, (808) 956-3417, lipske@hawaii.edu, http://outreach.hawaii.edu/law-jterm

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