Book Info - Excerpts from Transforming Practices, along with
reviews and related articles.
Keeva's column - A look at how lawyers are discovering, or rediscovering,
meaning and pleasure in their work.
Guest column - New York trial lawyer Stephen Chakwin -- and
other occasional columnists -- on maintaining and profiting from a healthy
connection to your humanity.
Q&A - Inspiring chats with people whose ideas are changing the
way we look at law practice and legal education.
One-L of a Challenge - Columnist Derek Haskew brings a higher
consciousness to legal education, revealing its risks and mining its
Exercises/Resources - Practical techniques for realizing the
personal-growth potential in law practice, along with an enlightened
list of links and resources.
Moments - A place to share anecdotes, narratives, epiphanies
-- anything that reveals what is most meaningful in law practice
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The white ones have a higher dosage and the yellow ones have a time released function. These pills are used to treat anxiety and sleeping problems.
They are highly addictive and drug users may take many of them on a daily basis. Withdrawal symptoms are common for users of these items. These effects are serious and can include a state of psychosis, seizures and death.