When she became Asst. Dean of Student Affairs, Julie Sandine drew upon her own experiences of falling into a competitive path as a law student and of her own experience of stress in law school. Over several years, she began to apply the most cutting edge research about humanizing legal education, incorporating the ideas of many of our interviewees. Later, she became aware of research on mindfulness and began to integrate that into her work and incorporated Dave Shearon's positive psychology ideas. The non-credit courses that she and Josh Perry created were so popular, they had to be put to a lottery and offer a wonderful example of what is possible in law schools.