When they come back down from the hills, lawyers undergoing “mindful meditation” during a special gathering in the Catskills of New York this September will have spent four days living like monks in hopes of becoming more skillful counselors.

They will dine together, wordlessly, three times daily. (Conversation is restricted to intensely programmatic moments.) They will examine their respective hearts, souls and consciences. They will consider ancient religious precepts as philosophical tools for modern life.

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