Several law schools are providing programs for students which include meditation and other activities leading to mindfulness. You may read about these programs in a new article in National Law Journal. From "How to learn the law without losing your mind":
Law school has long had a reputation as a grueling experience, leading not only to high levels of stress and anxiety but also elevated rates of depression and substance abuse. Legal educators and students alike report that the dismal job market and growing debt loads have heaped even more pressure onto already taxed students. Some schools are responding with programs designed to help students navigate the emotional and psychological minefield that is law school.