University of Miami School of Law
Scott Rogers, M.S., J.D., is founder and director of the University of Miami School of Law’s Mindfulness in Law Program where he teaches Mindful Ethics, Mindful Leadership, and Mindfulness in Law and he co-founded the University of Miami’s Mindfulness Research & Practice Initiative.
Professor Rogers is creator of Jurisight®, one of the first CLE programs in the country to integrate mindfulness and the law and broke ground introducing neuroscience research along with contemplative practices in the legal context. A nationally recognized leader in the field of mindfulness, Professor Rogers has taught mindfulness to thousands of legal professionals including lawyers, judges, law students, law faculty, and has taught mindfulness to physicians, parents, firefighters, accountants, athletes, business leaders, financial advisors, therapists, and educators. In 2012 Professor Rogers was awarded the Sookie Williams/DBR Award for Exemplary Service to the Miami-Dade Legal Community,” and in 2015 Professor Rogers was awarded the “Law Faculty Professionalism Award” by the Florida Bar’s Standing Committee on Professionalism. He is the 2018 receipt of the Mindful Kids Miami “Ambassador of Mindfulness” award for his more than 20 years of service sharing mindfulness with parents, teachers, and children.
Professor Rogers is author of “The Six-Minute Solution: A Mindfulness Primer for Lawyers,” “Mindfulness for Law Students,” “Mindful Parenting,” “Mindfulness and Professional Responsibility,” and the recently released “The Elements of Mindfulness.” He lectures across the country, speaks at law and scientific conferences, and been interviewed in newspapers and magazines for his work on mindfulness. His work at the University of Miami School of Law has appeared in the Wall Street Journal and his research has been written about in the New York Times. Professor Rogers lives in Miami Beach with his wife and two daughters.