Some are for exercises developed by Scott Rogers, Director of the Mindfulness in Law Program, while others invite you to learn from other leaders in the area of mindfulness in law offering instruction and guided practices.
In addition, some links will introduce you to mindfulness teachers from across the country and world whose guided practice and instruction you may find helpful.
The "Just Is Holmes"
In this five-minute guided mindfulness practice, Scott Rogers, founder of the Institute for Mindfulness Studies and Director of the Mindfulness in Law Program at the University of Miami School of Law, offers a guided demonstration of the "Just Is Holmes" mindfulness exercise developed by the Institute for Mindfulness Studies. The exercise instruction draws on Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes' famous instruction "Stop, Look & Listen" from the Supreme Court decision in Baltimore & Ohio R.R. v. Goodman.
In this video, Scott Rogers, Director of the Institute for Mindfulness Studies shares a short version of the body scan. He begins with a short introduction to the exercise and its relationship to mindfulness practice and then offers a guided practice lasting approximately three minutes.
Order in the Cortex
In this mindfulness exercise, Scott Rogers, founder and director of the University of Miami School of Law's Mindfulness in Law Program, shares a guided practice that engages sight, sound and touch in a practice that brings us to our sense and, in the language of Jurisight, brings order in the cortex.