Larry Krieger , Clinical Professor and Co-Director of Clinical Externship Programs, co-directs the externship program and supervises criminal justice externships at the College of Law. His teaching focuses on litigation skills and the sources of lawyer professionalism. Krieger is internationally recognized for his research on the well-being, satisfaction, values and motivations of law students and lawyers. He was selected as a subject for the 2013 Harvard Press book,  What the Best Law Teachers Do , based on his approach to legal education and his impact on students. Krieger’s publications on law student well-being and career planning have been used at more than half of the law schools in the United States, Canada and Australia, and he is often quoted as an expert in this area. Krieger’s co-authored study, “What Makes Lawyers Happy?: A Data Driven Prescription to Redefine Professional Succ ess” was cited by the American Bar Association Journal , The National Jurist , The National Law Journal , the Daily Business Review and other national media outlets. This study has several thousand downloads on the Social Science Research Network, and The New York Times report on it was the most shared article in the Times for two days. His study of law student motivation and well-being established new understanding among social science academics and was the most downloaded article of the year in the prestigious Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. This summer, Krieger was quoted in The   New York Times  piece, "The Lawyer, the A ddict” and the ABA report, “The Path to Lawyer Well-Being” heavily relied on his work. Krieger leads a weekly meditation and mindfulness group for students, where he promotes the strong and broad benefits of creating a meditation practice for health, well-being and stress reduction that can carry students into their law practice. Krieger is a graduate of the University of Florida College of Law and has been a member of the FSU Law faculty since 1991.