Professor Rhonda Magee is a faculty member at the University of San Francisco law school, an expert in contemplative pedagogy, the President of the Board of the Center for Contemplative Minds in Society, and a teacher of mindfulness-based stress reduction interventions for lawyers and law students. She has spent her career exploring the interrelationship between law, philosophy, and notions of justice and humanity. Having grown up in a segregated North Carolina, Magee developed an early interest in racial and social justice, as well as a deep sense of spirituality and inner work – both aspects of her personal life that profoundly inform her daily work. In this Awakin call conversation, Professor Magee shares of her commitment to inner transformation work, and the role of the inner dimensions in “ensouling” the justice system and resolving conflicts.
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