Bridging polarization

The recent political cycle seemed to separate people to opposite corners of a boxing ring, interacting only to hurl punches at those with differing viewpoints. While many may agree that this polarization isn’t healthy for our democracy, our relationships, or our well-being, we are unsure how to bridge the gap.How can we as lawyers help reduce the divisiveness that characterizes our lives at …

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