As a final semester 3L I think about this a lot — give a listen to see if you identify with this worldview or if approaching your legal career from a more creative perspective is something you might want to give more consideration to… Please also look out for future posts on this topic, includingContinue reading “Creativity & Authenticity in Your Legal Career”
Originally an assignment for a class, this is my presentation on lawyer stereotypes that are reversed through film. Please enjoy this light-hearted look at what lawyers can bring to the table…
Imagine… You are sitting around a conference table with a number of other students your first year of law school. Let’s say in the first month, if not week. Perhaps you are sharing a meal. At the least, you are together in an open and collaborative environment. Keep imagining… Whomever is facilitating — whether aContinue reading “Imagine we shared our EXPERIENCES of the law as a matter of pedagogy…”
I’m nervous about this one, y’all — it’s my first podcast & I recorded it in four stream of consciousness gasps for expression… So much more here to talk about, for decades… A Heart Problem… for Society and Law Breaking it Down Cor Publicum
My first attempt at sketching out some of the ideas on this blog… The question is, what does wellness LOOK like and what does it look like for groups, or for society, when “we” as individuals, attain it? There is a feeling generated is my theory, a wavelength of attention that facilitates communication on deeperContinue reading “What Does Wellness Look Like??”
This video was inspired by a talk Michael Stone recently gave on mindfulness and social action (see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xIq_yfybMM). Especially as actors in the legal field, it’s arguable we, as lawyers and law students, have a heightened responsibility to be trained in the art of observing our own motives, and holding ourselves accountable in a loving wayContinue reading “Attention to Intention…”
Let’s attempt to deal with the morass as it exists inside us as well as the morass as it exists outside, so that our process for disentangling what is at issue can emerge in a way that is fundamentally different from the mode of or approach to thinking that has gotten us to a place of challenge originally.
Interview with Elon University School of Law’s Professor Steve Friedland, on “modern learning” in legal education (from Elon’s Second Symposium on Experiential Learning in Legal Ed).
Interview with advocates for creative, community-driven approaches to legal education — from Elon University School of Law’s Second Symposium on Experiential Learning in Legal Ed.