On this episode of Just One Q, Dominique chats with guest Dr. Peter Huang, an author applying his experiences as a mathematical economist, an economics professor, and a law professor to help address problems our society currently faces. They explore the current mental health challenges experienced by lawyers and discuss the potential collective benefits of mindfulness in reshaping the legal field. Dr. Huang provides thoughtful examples and actions you can make in your own life.
Dr. Huang graduated at age 17 from Princeton University Phi Beta Kappa as a University Scholar in mathematics and economics. He earned a Ph. D. in applied mathematics from Harvard University, and completed a Juris Doctor with distinction from Stanford University Law School.
Most recently, he was the Professor and DeMuth Chair of Business Law at the University of Colorado, where he has taught since 2011. He was also a staff economist in the Division of Consumer Protection in the Bureau of Economics of the Federal Trade Commission.
Today, Dr. Peter Henry Huang is an author utilizing his experiences as mathematical economist, economics professor, and law professor to help address problems our society currently faces. His research includes analyzing how to boost people’s decision-making skills, including retirement planning, by practicing mindfulness, helpful thinking styles, and cognitive diversity. He endeavors to help people to become more creative thinkers and innovative problem-solvers.
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