The practice of law carries with it a range of uncertainties, with perhaps the most salient being whether the client will prevail. While different practice areas carry different expectations in this regard, it can be difficult for anyone to absorb a loss, especially given how deeply one cares about their client, their client’s cause, their own reputation, or the financial consequences associated with a loss. When one’s practice area is beset with adverse rulings or one experiences an unexpected string of losses, it can take a serious toll on wellbeing and compromise performance and job satisfaction.In this column, we often respond to questions raised by attorneys and judges interested in the role mindfulness can play in areas of interest to them, personally and professionally. This month, we hear from Alexis, a law student who has begun to embark on client representation in the clinic setting. Law school clinics play an enormously important role in educating future lawyers and helping serve the needs of our communities. The work taken on by the clinics and their expert faculty who supervise talented, passionate, and caring law students can be stressful with heavy workloads, emotionally charged contexts, and uncertain outcomes. Increasingly, clinical faculty are introducing mindfulness into the curriculum to attend to matters ranging from focus and concentration, to the interplay of judgment, bias, and empathy, to stress reduction and concerns with secondary trauma and compassion fatigue.Alexis writes:“Much of the work I am interested in involves representing clients for whom a denial of the relief requested is a common occurrence. How might mindfulness help sustain my ability to do this work long-term. I worry about becoming jaded which could affect me and my work with future clients.” I posed Alexis’ question to Lenny Simmons, senior staff attorney and mindfulness teacher with Mental Hygiene Legal Service (MHLS), a New York State agency responsible for representing, advocating and litigating on behalf of individuals receiving services for a mental disability. He replies:Thank you for raising such an important question. As attorneys, we may like to think of ourselves as steadfast advocates who can summon the intelligence and creativity necessary to win our crucial cases, especially when justice seems to be on our client’s side. However, certain attorneys practice in areas where the odds are against us, and losing becomes a frequent experience even in our most important cases. This can be difficult in many ways. First, we are regularly presented with our client’s grief and sadness when their requested relief is denied. Second, our minds may begin to perceive these situations in terms of our own failures or unworthiness. Third, our stamina and motivation may become drained over time by the losses, leading to hopelessness. Mindfulness offers helpful tools to bring us back to the present moment and see our situation more clearly. A short meditation on the breath before a hearing or trial can help to focus the mind on our work and bring us out of patterns of thought which ruminate on worst-case outcomes or past mistakes. And when our mind wanders during court, mindfulness allows us to ground ourselves in reality by bringing our attention back to our body. Tuning into our bodies can be helpful in the moment for establishing a steadier state in the midst of a challenging circumstance. Moreover, over time, it can uncover important information, revealing how much of our pain comes from empathy for our clients versus an ego bruised from losing in court yet again. These practices can also reduce the emotional blow of losing a case, as they draw us back to our actual work: the compassionate service of our clients. Meditations on loving-kindness and compassion represent another foundational piece of self-care. These practices allow us to generate compassion for our clients long after we finish representing them, meaning that there is plenty of work for us to do even after we lose a case. And these meditations give us an opportunity to care for ourselves and to notice when we need space from our work, so that we can continue our pursuits with energy and joy rather than pushing ourselves toward burnout. If you are interested in learning more about and practicing mindfulness, loving-kindness, and compassion, you can download the app, “Insight Timer” which offers a wide range of free meditations broken out by category, including some I guide that have a legal flavor. The app has numerous “groups” that orient around various interest areas, and include the “Mindfulness in Law” group. Other well-regarded apps that offer mindfulness, loving-kindness, and compassion practices include: Calm, Headspace, 10% Happier, and Waking Up.You may also find it helpful to read the October 2018 Florida Bar News column, “The Role of Self-Compassion in the Law,” with Chris Germer, one of the world’s leading authorities on mindfulness and self-compassion. And should you be interested in the important topic of finding meaning in the practice of law, I recommend reading “Practicing from the Inside Out,” an important article published in the Harvard Negotiation Law Review that powerfully addresses some of the themes raised in this month’s column.I am grateful to Lenny for his service to our profession, and for his thoughtful response to Alexis’ question. In addition to his work with MHLS, Lenny speaks on mindfulness and the practice of law to attorneys and, for the last two years, has been teaching mindfulness to law students at Brooklyn Law School. In 2018, the ABA published his piece “Not Alone: Sensitivity to Veterans’ Mental Health through Mindful Legal Representation.”If you have a question about mindfulness and integrating it into the practice of law that you would like answered in this column, send it to [email protected] Rogers, M.S., J.D., is a nationally recognized leader in the area of mindfulness in law and founded and directs the University of Miami School of Law’s Mindfulness in Law Program where he teaches mindful ethics, mindful leadership, and mindfulness in law. He is the creator of Jurisight, one of the first CLE programs in the country to integrate mindfulness and neuroscience and conducts workshops and presentations on the role of mindfulness in legal education and across the legal profession. He is author of the recently released, “The Elements of Mindfulness.” The Mindful Lawyer Sep 19, 2019 By Scott Rogers Special to the News Columns
Pearse O’Donohue, the European Commission’s director of Future Networks, stressed 5G is central to many of the commission’s economic and social development policies, and is pushing for light-touch regulation to support the rapidly rollout of 5G networks.He pointed to its Digital Single Market policy in which its Gigabit Society goals can only be successful if 5G by is rolled out in all parts of the European Union by 2025.Speaking at the GTI Summit on Tuesday, he said the regulator understands Europe requires a regulatory regime that is light, flexible and supportive of the development of 5G.The Commission is focused on a number of areas, but near the top of the list is Identifying radio spectrum required to allow 5G to be quickly tested and developed, give confidence to device makers and create a clear framework for licensing to be carried out.“Through our proposals, we are seeking to have greater coordination towards spectrum licensing to speed it up and harmonise traditional licensing so operators know exactly what their footprint can be on specific bands across the EU. We want to make it easier for 5G networks to be rolled out… we know local planning laws do cause significant delays in the deployment of new technologies,” he said.It is also pushing for global standards to be worked out, not just to drive forward ultra-fast broadband, but also complete those that identify the business use cases for industrial, social and vertical applications that drive investment in 5G and bring the benefits of the new radio technology not only to the European economy but the world economy. Tags MWC18 Articles Joseph Waring joins Mobile World Live as the Asia editor for its new Asia channel. Before joining the GSMA, Joseph was group editor for Telecom Asia for more than ten years. In addition to writing features, news and blogs, he… Read more Author US operators draw 5G battle lines AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 28 FEB 2018 Previous ArticleKeynote – Shang Bing, Chairman, China MobileNext ArticleKeynote – Chief Executive, Vodafone – Vittorio Colao KT unclear on 5G business case HomeMWC18 Articles 5G essential to EU overall development Related Joseph Waring T-Mobile US reveals aggressive 5G build plans 5GEU
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“Kami tahu banyak pelanggan Delta Airlines yang ingin atau perlu tetap terhubung saat di udara, apalagi untuk para pekerja. Oleh karena itu kami memberikan layanan dengan cara yang mudah dan bebas untuk mengirim dan menerima pesan melalui beberapa platform global yang paling populer,” ujar Tim Mapes, Wakil Presiden Senior Delta dan Chief Marketing Officer.Mapes menambahkan, layanan ini ada di belakang kursi di tambah dengan hiburan gratis dan WiFi berkecepataan tinggi untuk berkirim pesan gratis menjadi salah satu cara agar pelanggan dapat memanfaatkan fasilitas yang diberikan Delta sebaik-baiknya. Adanya layanan ini, menjadikan Delta sebagai yang pertama di dalam maskapai penerbangan Amerika Serikat dengan menawarkan fasilitas pesan gratis dalam penerbangan. Untuk bisa menikmati layanan instant messaging tersebut, sebelum naik pesawat, para penumpang diharuskan mengunduh aplikasi Gogo WiFi secara gratis di toko aplikasi.Selain Delta Airlines, di Amerika Serikat masih ada beberapa maskapai besar, seperti United dan American Airlines. Namun, untuk diketahui, Alaska Airlines menjadi maskapai penerbangan utama Amerika Serikat yang mengenalkan hal ini secara khusus.Baca juga: Delta Airlines Siap Gunakan Pemindai Wajah Untuk Pangkas Antrean Check InKarena adanya penawaran pesan gratis tanpa suara sudah berlaku sejak awal tahun 2017 ini. Sehingga bisa dikatakan, Delta mengikuti jejak Alaska dan menjadi yang pertama dari tiga besar maskapai di Amerika Serikat.Setelah Delta melakukan pemberian layanan pesan gratis selama penerbangan, diperkirakan American dan United Airlines akan menyusul. Saat ini juga JetBlue sudah menawarkan layanan WiFi gratis tanpa batas untuk semua penumpang dalam penerbangangannya tanpa mengenakan biaya sedikitpun.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedDelta Airlines Berikan Prosecco Gratis di Penerbangan Jarak Jauh16/10/2017In “Destinasi”Ini Fakta yang Mungkin Belum Anda Ketahui dari Delta Airlines25/10/2018In “Featured”10 Meninggal dan 500 Karyawan Delta Airlines Terinfeksi Covid-1927/06/2020In “Featured” Sumber: businessinsider.com Delta Airlines mulai 1 Oktober 2017 memberikan pelayanan chatting gratis melalui iMessage, WhatsaApp dan Facebook Messanger. Namun layanan yang diberikan hanya mendukung untuk pesan teks saja dan tidak bisa mengunduh ataupun mengunggah file baik foto, suara maupun video.Baca juga: Delta Airlines dan JetBlue Gunakan Mesin Pemindai Wajah di BandaraKabarPenumpang.com melansir dari laman theverge.com (27/9/2017), layanan ini akan ada di semua penerbangan Delta dengan menggunakan aplikasi Gogo WiFi di smartphone Android dan iOS. Namun layanan ini bisa digunakan secara gratis bila Anda sebagai penumpang menambahkan biaya minimal US$2,95 atau tergantung dari penerbangan Delta yang Anda naiki.
No. 4 UWF drops road series at No. 7 DSU The No. 4 West Florida baseball team will head to the GSC Tournament at Young Memorial Field in Birmingham, Ala. May 2-6. (Emmele Photography) CLEVELAND, Miss. – The No. 4 West Florida baseball team lost its second series of the year in the final weekend of the regular season on the road at No. 7 Delta State Saturday.The Argonauts (31-9, 22-7) lost game one of their doubleheader 4-0 and game two 7-4 to the Statesmen (35-9, 27-5). UWF needs one Alabama Huntsville loss to West Alabama this weekend to clinch the No. 2 seed in the Gulf South Conference Tournament.Game one: Delta State 4, West Florida 0 UWF was unable to get anything going offensively against the DSU pitching staff, managing just three hits in game one of the doubleheader.Dayan Rodriguez (Sarasota, Fla./State College of Florida) was tagged with his first loss of the season after allowing three runs on six hits in five innings.Sean Plunkett (Ocala, Fla./College of Central Florida), Austin Southall (Baton Rouge, La./Chipola) and Jeremy Bajdaun (Hialeah, Fla./Florida International) each recorded a hit in the game.Game two: Delta State 7, West Florida 4The Argos got out to an early lead after a two-run second and an RBI-single by Trumon Jefferson (Decatur, Ga./Georgia Perimeter) in the third extended the lead to 3-0. But, the Statesmen cut into the lead with a pair of runs in the bottom half of the inning.Alex Greene (Orlando, Fla./Hagerty HS) extended the UWF to lead to 4-2 with an RBI single in the fourth inning, but DSU capitalized on a UWF error in the bottom half of the inning with five runs to lead 7-4.Jordan DeLorenzo (Winter Park, Fla./Winter Park HS) suffered his first loss of the season after allowing seven runs on nine hits in 3.2 innings.Matt Rodriguez (Ocala, Fla./College of Central Florida) pitched 2.1 innings of scoreless relief while allowing just one hit.UWF will head to the GSC Tournament at Young Memorial Field in Birmingham, Ala. May 2-6. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS#Delta State Univ. 4, West Florida 0 (04/26/14 at Cleveland, MS) (Game 1)———————————————————————-West Florida…….. 000 000 000 – 0 3 1 (31-8, 22-6)Delta State Univ…. 020 010 01X – 4 10 0 (34-9, 26-5)———————————————————————-Pitchers: West Florida – Dayan Rodriguez; Walker O’Connor(6); Josh McLaney(8) and Garrett Flynn. Delta State Univ. – D. Milligan; N. Goza(8) and C. Leal.Win-D. Milligan(3-2) Save-N. Goza Loss-Dayan Rodriguez(6-1) T-2:36 A-1394HR DSU – B. Langston (2).Weather: 82 degrees, sunny, wind S9Game: UWF39-Delta State Univ. 7, West Florida 4 (04/26/14 at Cleveland, MS) (Game 2)———————————————————————-West Florida…….. 021 100 0 – 4 6 2 (31-9, 22-7)Delta State Univ…. 002 500 X – 7 10 0 (35-9, 24-5)———————————————————————-Pitchers: West Florida – Jordan DeLorenzo; Matt Rodriguez(4) and Kyle Hamner.Delta State Univ. – J. Moody; T. Stark(7) and Ben Pickard.Win-J. Moody(8-2) Save-T. Stark(4) Loss-Jordan DeLorenzo(10-1) T-2:08 A-0Weather: 81 degrees, sunny, wind SSE6Print Friendly Version Share
OXFORD – Next month, Hugh Freeze will be gripping the wheel of a car zooming at more than 120 mph when he serves as the pace car driver at Tallageda Superspeedway.When the news was announced earlier this spring, Ole Miss’ coach was jokingly asked what’s the fastest he’s ever driven.“Oh come on, man,” he said. “Not 120. Not that fast.”Then he paused. Then he grinned.“But I do like tempo,” Freeze said.“Tempo” was certainly a buzzword during Ole Miss’ spring camp, and not just in the context of NASCAR.Freeze was known for his up-tempo offense during his time at Arkansas State, but has slowly strayed from that fast-paced style since arriving in Oxford.“We’ve gone back to my Arkansas State days,” Freeze said after the Grove Bowl Saturday. “We’ve put an emphasis on moving with more tempo this spring.”Briefly, that was put on display during the Grove Bowl. Freeze wanted both offenses – red and blue – to work as quickly as possible in the first quarter.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window. The Video Cloud video was not found. Error Code: VIDEO_CLOUD_ERR_VIDEO_NOT_FOUND Session ID: 2020-09-19:e03023fc70db180c8d2c3c06 Player ID: videojs-brightcove-player-403437-4167634576001 OK Close Modal DialogCaption Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.If there was any concern on his end, it would be that it may make quarterback Chad Kelly’s adjustment to a new offense harder.At the conclusion of spring camp, Werner said it wasn’t an issue.“It’s one thing when you run a huddle offense – you signal in the play and you get a few seconds at least to think about it,” Werner said. “We’re going so fast, to learn the signals, learn how to call it at the line of scrimmage, I really thought that would be trouble for him.“In the whole spring, he probably made the wrong call once or twice. That impressed me. That’s not easy.”Contact Riley Blevins at [email protected] Follow @Riley_Blevins on Twitter. Session ID: 2020-09-19:7879cd83c70e9574a595ddb7 Player ID: videojs-brightcove-player-393272-4167634554001 OK Close Modal DialogCaption Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.The teams slowed down thereafter, but the increased speed was noticeable nonetheless.“What I found out last year is you can’t go slow to fast,” Freeze said. “But you can go fast to slow.”By Freeze’s standards, the Rebels moved slow last season.Take 5: What Ole Miss accomplished this springOle Miss ranked 75th in the nation a year ago in plays per game with 72.5, according to teamrankings.com, which was down from the Rebels’ 2013 average of 79.8.During Freeze’s lone season as Arkansas State’s headman in 2011, the Red Wolves ranked No. 9 in plays per game at 82.3.“The last few scrimmages and practices, we moved the ball with pretty good tempo,” Freeze said. “Overall, I’m very pleased and think… we have the chance to be a really good football team.”Freeze is hoping the offensive production goes up with the alterations.The statistics suggest it should.Ole Miss finished 49th in total offense last year and averaged 419 yards per game while moving at a more modest pace. That’s down considerably from the previous year when the Rebels averaged just a few more snaps per game. In 2013, the slightly more up-tempo offense ranked 23rd in total offense and averaged 473 yards per game. Freeze’s 2011 Arkansas State team ranked 22nd and averaged 448 yards.“I think it’s been good for us,” offensive coordinator Dan Werner said. “I think we’ve handled it well.”Werner is certainly enthused about getting back to going fast.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%0:00 Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window. The Video Cloud video was not found. Error Code: VIDEO_CLOUD_ERR_VIDEO_NOT_FOUND
IN SPORT.ES CEST Neymar was involved in a scrap with Bolivia’s Pedro Azoque. Referee Wilson Lamouroux booked both men and that should mean he travels back to Barcelona soon. Neymar regresa a Barcelona Sport EN Upd. at 14:44 07/10/2016 Neymar is ready to pack his bags and head home to Barcelona from the Brazil camp. Not because of the brutal elbow smash which forced him off against Bolivia in Brazil’s 5-0 win, but because he was booked in the game and is now suspended for the next clash, against Venezuela. Luis Enrique will be pleased, with the star then available to train in the build up to the clashes with Deportivo de la Coruna and after that, Manchester City in the Champions League. Neymar’s booking also ensures he will be able to play Messi’s Argentina in Brazil’s next game after Venezuela.
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The Rogues, supported by a few locals to fill out the roster, defeated the Grizzlies 24-14.Cranbrook had a strong second half to secure the victory.Rowan Megale and Matthew Rendell scored tries for the Grizzlies. Ben Davies added a conversion to round out the Nelson scoring.The Grizzlies are idle until mid-June when the club travels to the East Kootenay for a pair of games.Nelson will meet a touring team from Edmonton before resuming its Kootenay rivalry with the Rogues June 14.The club, which had been idle the past few seasons, trains Tuesday and Thursday at 6:30 p.m. as well as Saturday at 1 p.m. at the L.V. Rogers pitch. Nelson Grizzlies Rugby is back in Nelson.The Grizzlies hosted Cranbrook’s Rocky Mountain Rogues Saturday before an enthusiastic crowd of supporters at the Lakeside Pitch in Kootenay Rugby Union action.