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Mindfulness practice can be a life-changer for law students, lawyers and judges

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Mindfulness: What to Do When the Need for Help Arises


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Alternative Discipline Program can help attorney addicts

By Heather E. Abelson

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Key to Competence – Be Mindful of Your Mind


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Knowing When to Quit


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