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Imagine leading a staff meeting at your company. A deadline is looming and your staff is behind schedule.

But instead of feeling stressed, your fellow employees feel relaxed. Instead of exhibiting a sense of being overwhelmed, your colleagues are showing signs of being energized. As a result, everyone in the room is focused and attentive, and the work is ultimately completed well.

Law schools and legal professionals are turning to meditation training and relaxation responses to reduce anxiety.


Published in the San Francisco Business Times. This article is also online at