Mindfulness is becoming one of the more widely research and practiced contemplative traditions. With roots reaching across most wisdom traditions, mindfulness is being taught in organizations to enhance leadership skills, job effectiveness, and well-being. Integral to these three attributes is ethical decision-making.

Mindful Ethics at UNL Law School Conference
Jan Jacobowitz and Scott Rogers present at 2014 Psychology and Law conference on Mindful Ethics at University of Nevada School of Law.

Mindful Ethics and the Practice of Law
Mindful Ethics CLE presented by Scott Rogers and Jan Jacobowitz as part of Legal Corps.

Mindfulness Ethics at the ABA
Jan Jacobowitz moderates Mindful Ethics panel at 40th ABA National Conference on Professional Responsibility with Scott Rogers, Christy Casissa and Peter Jarvis.

Mindfulness Ethics and Legal Education
Professors Scott Rogers and Jan Jacobowitz teach Mindful Ethics at Miami Law for 9 consecutive semesters.

Mindful Ethics News and Events
Jan Jacobowitz speaks on Mindful Ethics at St. Mary's Law School Conference.

Mindful Ethics, the integration of mindfulness and professional responsibility, is a new discipline that infuses these two approaches together. At the same time, the expression of ethics within a mindfulness practice and mindfulness within an ethical framework for living life has a rich tradition with roots going back thousands of years.

The 21st Century has exposed a great many fracture lines within the bedrock of society and culture. Across numerous disciplines and businesses -- from legal organizations and medical practices to Wall Street and the police -- the joining of mindfulness insights and practices with the ethical and professional considerations that bind or regulate these groups -- is becoming increasingly crucial.

The Mindful Ethics Training Academy works with the leadership of high stress organizations to develop and offer trainings in the areas of mindfulness, ethics and decision making.