"Lawyers are usually known for their analytical brains, persuasive prowess and take-no-prisoners argumentative skills. Zen-like tranquility doesn’t typically come to mind.
A growing number of law schools, though, are teaching the next generation of legal combatants that the system’s adversarial nature can be balanced by a commitment to personal insight gained through the practice of meditation."
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Monday, February 12, 2007