Aug 16

In recent months, there has been an increase in the discussions of the high rates of substance abuse and mental health issues burdening lawyers, rates much higher than the general population. A recent study has confirmed what many of us have known for many years, that lawyers are at greater risk of alcohol abuse, depression, anxiety, and stress due to the unique factors found working in the legal field. Now, in addition to the important conversations occurring across the country, the ABA has published a press release on a new comprehensive report from the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being that offers practical recommendations. No matter what area or institution of law you work in, this report offers recommendations that promote lawyer and law student well-being.

 

Shawn Healy, PhD

 

Mar 15

Springfield – 3rd Tuesday – 1:00 – 2:00 PM

 

Currents Restaurant

Marriott Hotel

2 Boland Way

Springfield, MA 01115

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Jan 22

The sooner we can help anyone struggling with the demands of the legal profession, the better.

We’ve added a playlist on our YouTube channel with a series of videos featuring Suffolk Law’s Dean of Students, Laura Ferrari, in which she explains how LCL helps law school students both on campus and off, and how law school administrators can think about bringing LCL’s services to their students.

If you’re a law school administrator, watch this full feature:

And if you’re a law student, we’ve pulled some highlights for you here:

And you can get straight to any of the below issues with these clips:

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