Prof. Shailini George (sher/her/hers)
Suffolk University Law School
Professor Shailini George teaches legal writing and a 1L well-being and professional identity formation course, and her scholarship focuses in the areas of lawyer well-being, mindfulness, and the cognitive science of learning. She is the author of The Law Student’s Guide to Doing Well and Being Well (Carolina Academic Press 2021), as well as law review articles on distraction and the cognitive science of learning and why law students need mindfulness training. Professor George was recently appointed to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court’s Standing Committee on Lawyer Well-Being and co-chairs its Legal Education Subcommittee. She also recently joined the Board of Directors of the Institute for Well-Being in Law. Professor George is a member of the Executive Committee for the AALS Balance and Wellbeing in Law Section and was the winner of the section’s 2022 award for her work on law student well-being.