Published on:

Continuing Legal Education may help lawyers live longer!

You will live longer if you give some thought to this statement: “brain health is now known to be the number one indicator of longevity….” Neuropsychiatrist Richard Restak, writing in the American Scholar, Vol. 75, Spring 2006 at 16, urges courses “aimed at teaching students ways of maintaining optimal brain functioning over their lifespans.”

Presumably, law departments that stimulate the brain health of their staff (See my post of Oct. 18, 2005 which allows that most of us don’t continually seek rocket science work.) will perform better or at least have lots of old alums.

Posted in:
Published on:

Comments are closed.