Of the six dimensions of well-being identified by the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being in its seminal 2017 Well-Being Report, “Spiritual Well-Being” is probably the least understood and least discussed dimensions across law firms and law schools. In this program, participants will:

  1. Learn the meaning and importance of “spirituality” in the law (and how it differs from “religion”).
  2. Be guided through a series of experiential exercises to tap into a higher sense of purpose and meaning in your own work, and to more effectively align your career with your truest and most authentic self.
  3. Leave with a set of tools to take back to your own law firms or law schools to help others tap into spirituality and a deeper sense of purpose and authenticity in their legal careers and lives.