Lawyering and Its Discontents: Reclaiming Meaning in the Practice of Law

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Touro Law Review, ISSN: 8756-7326, Vol: 19, Issue: 4, Page: 3

Publication Year:
2015
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https://digitalcommons.tourolaw.edu/lawreview/vol19/iss4/3
Author(s):
Silver, Marjorie A
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Marjorie A. Silver; Silver; lawyering and its discontents; reclaiming meaning; practice of law; continuing legal education; CLE; comprehensive law movement; lawyer distress; client disappointment; first plenary; Howard Leff; Janis Noto; Larinzo Clayton; Lynn Calahan; learned helplessness; learned optimism; second plenary; Susan Daicoff; Clare Connaughton; David Wexler; Len Riskin; intrinsic; extrinsic; vectors; theraputic jurisprudence; procedural justice; holistic justice; listen; luncheon program; Carol Kanarek; Geri Leon; Lisa Yakobi; break-out sessions; Satford Portnoy; Bruce Winick; Cindy Lenoff Zatzman; third plenary; stress; burnout; vicarious trauma; emotional realities of the lawyer-client relationship; Jean Koh peters; Eileen Travis; Mark Perlmutter; Daisy Floyd; institutional strategies; courts as instruments of healing; Patrick Leis; Valerie Raine; alternatives to litigated dispute resolution; Barbara Swartz; Hal Abramson; John Buonora; Elizabeth Reingold; individual strategies; Tim Floyd; Arnie Herz; Fred Rooney; Tom Maligno; Sandra Covington; Joe Genova; pro bono; taking the conference back home; Law; Legal Education; Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility; Legal Profession
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By Marjorie A. Silver, Published on 04/13/15