After a long day of briefs, arguments and client meetings, attorneys might be tempted to go home and relax on the couch. But according to mental health experts, spending evenings in front of the television might not be that relaxing for those who want to fully escape the pressures of work.
Though they might be adversaries when standing on opposite sides of the courtroom, a group of Indianapolis lawyers is preparing to channel that adversarial nature into friendly competition on the softball diamond.
Lawyers who’ve taken a stab at fencing say there’s no other sport quite like it. More to the point, they say competing with the blade sharpens their legal acumen and attacks the stresses of the profession.