February 19, 2021
Mecklenburg County Bar
Lessons to improve as lawyers can come from any source, including our hobbies. Brooks Jaffa has learned many such lessons from gaming, primarily as an avid player of Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons, that he will share in this discussion about gaming and practicing law. Learn how rolling nat 1s and 20s and casting creatures and spells has improved multiple aspects of his practice including:
- Avoiding the best-case scenario mentality
- The importance of having a plan
- How to avoid confirmation bias
- Dealing with tilt (frustration)
Program Titles and Supporting Materials
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