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Addictive Problems Can Emerge During Law School

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LCL Board VP Christine Marx, in her capacity as Associate Dean for Student Affairs at BU Law, is calling attention to the fact that law students, like practicing lawyers, can be vulnerable to career-disrupting alcohol and drug problems. To read her blog, click here. To read our blog commenting on hers, click here.

CATEGORIES: Career & Practice Concerns | Substance Related & Addictive Disorders

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