Susan Daicoff

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40 years old
Cape Town
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Susan Daicoff

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I’ve spent the last seven years overcoming the insidiously damaging belief, prevalent in the legal profession, that one should have distinct private and professional selves . You’ll find I’m pretty much the same person whether you meet me facilitating a workshop, sweating at a Bikram yoga class, enlivening a meeting of lawyers , eating dinner with friends or making friends on an aeroplane.

I set up the Centre for Integrative Law because I believe the world needs more visionary, compassionate and self-aware lawyers. I was beyond delighted to discover the Integrative Law movement and realise I had found my tribe. 

I'm a lawyer, certified Cultural Transformation Tools Consultant and I like to work in a multi-disciplinary way. I am deeply committed to raising consciousness in the legal profession through pioneering new templates for conscious legal contracts, assisting organizations in becoming vision-led and values-driven and helping individuals reach their full potential.

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Links of Interest

Cutting Edge Law (Integrative Law Movement) Site:  www.cuttingedgelaw.comThe Therapeutic Jurisprudence:  (also on Facebook!/pages/Therapeutic-jurisprudence/110263119002736 & LinkedIn)

Phoenix School of Law Lawyers as Peacemakers & Healers Conference Feb. 22-24, 2013:

Youtube:  Please visit my youtube playlist, Comprehensive Law Practice, under the name "zoneshouse."  I am compiling interesting and illustrative videos related to my research topics. 

Path of Forgiveness:

The Negative Effects of Law School on Well Being