Join Jeena Cho, Co-Author of The Anxious Lawyer for a wellness program by The Florida Bar Young Lawyers
Spend 4-Weeks to Increase Self-Regulation, Focus, Concentration and Decrease Stress Through Mindfulness and Meditation
This program is completely free and open to everyone!
How it works
- We’ll kick off our 4-week program with a Twitter chat on May 1, 2017 from 12:00 – 1:00 EST
- Attend two CLE Webinars — May 3rd and May 24th from 12:00 – 1:00 EST
- We’ll be using The Anxious Lawyer, An 8-Week Guide to a Joyful and Satisfying Law Practice Through Mindfulness and Meditation book as our guide
- Receive weekly email with guided meditation and mindfulness tips
The entire program will be offered online. Can’t make any of the Webinars? No worries! It will be recorded and sent to you automatically.Register Here
You may receive one (1) CLE credit for each Webinar:
Role of Mindfulness in Cultivating a Sustainable and Healthy Law Practice
- Wednesday, May 3, 2017, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
- The Anxious Lawyer book, chapters: Introduction, Beginning to Meditate, Mindfulness (pages 1 – 88)
Miss the first webinar? Watch the recording!
Role of Compassion on Being a Competent Attorney
- Wednesday, May 24, 2017, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
- The Anxious Lawyer book, chapters: Compassion Towards Others, Self-Compassion (pages 109 – 162)
CLE credit for the webinars will be issued for Florida.
Please note that in order to receive full credit for attending the webinars, you must attend the presentation during the specified time (not the replay).Register Here
How to participate
- Connect with other FL YLD lawyers for a Twitter chat
- Register and attend Webinars
- Commit to a daily wellness practice
- Purchase The Anxious Lawyer book and read chapters: Introduction, Beginning to Meditate, Mindfulness (pages 1 – 88) and Compassion Towards Others, Self-Compassion (pages 109 – 162) (optional)
What is mindfulness?
It’s the simple practice of being in the moment with equanimity and compassion.
What is meditation?
It’s the formal training or tool to practice mindfulness. Simply put, it’s the regular practice of sitting in silence, in contemplation, and exploring your inner world. In this program, we’ll explore a different meditation technique each week.
Why should I try this?
As lawyers, your mind is arguably your most important asset. Just as you can train the body for optimal performance, you can train your mind. Why not spend a few minutes everyday in silence to recharge and reset?
Read some of the research supporting the many benefits of mindfulness and meditation practices.
Who is running this program?
This program is a collaborative effort between Jeena Cho, co-author of The Anxious Lawyer and The Florida Bar Young Lawyers. Jeena is a lawyer who turned to mindfulness and meditation practice to manage the overwhelming stress and anxiety that is so prevalent in our profession. She saw first hand the very practical benefits these practices offer—reducing stress, improving focus, sense of well-being, and clarity. The Anxious Lawyer is a book written by lawyers, for lawyers, with the intent of offering a comfortable entry-point to mindfulness and meditation.