Transforming Practices, 10th Anniversary Ed
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In 1999, Transforming Practices became the first book to explore bringing your soul to the practice of law and using the law to heal, and now this timeless treatise on finding fulfillment returns to the American Bar Association in a 10th Anniversary Edition.
Author Steven Keeva skillfully examines how lawyers can find deeper meaning in their work, practice more compassionately, and discover more enjoyment in what they do, all by developing a greater awareness and respect for their inner lives. Filled with inspiring profiles of lawyers who have successfully changed their work habits and attitudes and who have healed themselves as individuals and within their communities, this book makes it clear that the opportunity for change exists for every lawyer, in every kind of practice.
Through interviews and anecdotes, Keeva shows that it is okay for a lawyer to be human, to care, and to let the values and priorities that matter at home also matter at work.
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