About this course
"Loved every minute and every dollar spent!"
"I learned a tremendous amount in such a short time."
"EML has been the most valuable MCLE that I have completed in over 21 years of practicing law."
Welcome to Essential Mindfulness for Lawyers 2.0
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Perpetual access to videos + all materials.
Essential Mindfulness for Lawyers 2.0 (EML 2.0) is modeled after Judi Cohen's beloved Mindfulness for the Legal Mind course at Berkeley Law. It's all about effectiveness and wellbeing. For so long, our profession has failed to recognize and acknowledge the difficulties we face; their impact on our ability to practice ethically, with competence, and with a commitment to diversity, equity, and belonging; and their impact on our wellbeing. We've also underestimated the profound influence we have over our clients, organizations, families, communities, and society, and how that looks when our wellbeing is impacted.
EML 2.0 invites you to understand ethics in a broader and more compelling light by becoming less reactive, more emotionally intelligent, more in control of your states of mind, and better at what you do. It offers accessible, solution-oriented tools to recognize bias including implicit bias, and to align yourself on the side of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. It gives new meaning to competence, one that mirrors but goes beyond the California bar and Model Rules to provide you with tools to greater happiness and wellbeing your professional and personal life.
On Demand Cost - All Seven Courses
Lawyers & Law Professors: $299
Public Interest/Government/Law Students: $99
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EML 2.0 is these seven courses, each of which satisfies one of the California MCLE specialty credits:
California MCLE Specialty Credit
The Argument for Mindfulness for the Legal Mind
Mindful Communication is Ethical Communication
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Ethical Tools for Working with Difficult Emotions
Compassion is Crucial to Powerful, Ethical Advocacy
Reducing Bias to Support Equity & Belonging in the Law
Seeing and Understanding Implicit Bias
|Elimination of Bias|
Mindful Lawyering is Competent Lawyering
Sign up now, enjoy the benefits of mindfulness, and cover all of your California MCLE specialty credits.