Stewart Levine is an attorney who's dedicated his career to transforming the legal profession's and society's "win/lose" paradigm to a "win/win" paradigm. He'll share his story of how his passion to handle conflict a better way came about. His solution is universal and can empower any relationship - business partnerships, marriages, parent/child, teacher/student, boards, and more.
Cindy and I are excited to introduce you to Stewart Levine. He will not only be an inspiration as someone who's followed his heart to change a system, but will offer a powerful context and content for creating sustainable relationships.
Here's a quote from his website that's speaks eloquently of his work: Peter Gabel, a professor of contract law says, "Every year in law schools across the country, each new generation of future lawyers learn to reproduce the mistrust that is the great tragedy of our individualistic and isolating society by learning that the purpose of legal agreements, or contracts, is to protect you from the Other, that stranger at arm’s length who is out to exploit you for his or her own self-interest. Stewart Levine begins from the exact opposite premise–that the purpose of agreement is to build a bridge to the Other and to realize your common aspiration for connection. Writ large, this idea would revolutionize the study and practice of law and help to realize our spiritual nature as social beings in pursuit of mutual affirmation.” –Peter Gabel, Professor of Contract Law, New College Law School; Associate Editor of Tikkun Magazine; President of the Board of New College of California; Director of the Institute for Spirituality and Politics
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