Meditation, Mindfulness, and Legal Research

By Michael Muehe (Follow us on LinkedIn) “Please tilt away your computers and phones; in front of you is an index card,” I explained at the beginning of my research workshops. “I’m going to start the timer for 2 minutes, and as your mind wanders, I want you to write down on the card any thoughtsContinue reading “Meditation, Mindfulness, and Legal Research”

Law Librarian by Day, Law Student by Night

by Elizabeth Graham Whenever asked about my decision to go to law school I say, “It’s the best-worst decision I’ve ever made.” After nearly two years as an evening JD student, I stand by that assessment. Inevitably, the next question asked is why I chose to go to law school, and let me tell you,Continue reading “Law Librarian by Day, Law Student by Night”