A Lesson in Stress: Law Schools Are Now Focusing on Attorney Mental Health From the Get-Go

As the director of the University of Miami School of Law’s Mindfulness in Law program, Rogers has witnessed firsthand how the demand for mental health initiatives has grown just as ideas that were once foreign to attorneys — such as emotional intelligence, mindfulness and self-care — have become increasingly commonplace among both the legal field and the law students aspiring to enter it. Whether it’s a sign of anxious times or the result of a collective effort by a select few, mental wellness has enjoyed a new place of prominence in the discourse surrounding legal work, and Florida’s law schools are no exception.


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