Larry Krieger is a widely recognized expert on lawyer well-being. His most recent research on 6,200 lawyers identifies the specific factors that are required for attorney wellness and satisfaction. The New York Times report on this study was the most shared article in the Times for two days.
Larry was founding chair of the Section on Balance in Legal Education, Association of American Law Schools. He was a litigator for 11 years, including as Chief Trial Counsel for the Florida Comptroller, and now teaches litigation skills and professionalism at the Florida State University College of Law. He is one of 25 teachers recognized in the 2013 Harvard Press book, What the Best Law Teachers Do.