Lawyers might argue well, but their social skills could use some work. That's the new train of thought among administrators of some law schools, including the University of San Francisco School of Law, which has been at the forefront of addressing communication and mental health issues facing the legal profession. The school offers free meditation classes and a course on interpersonal skills. "Feeding the spirit and the soul of a law student is as important as feeding the student's mind," said law dean Jeffrey Brand.
After uniform commercial code, take a course in meditation
The National Law Journal
October 3, 2008
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