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Hazelden Reviews Prevalence of Attorney Alcohol, Drug, & Psychological Problems

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In our talks on behalf of LCL, we often refer to the significantly higher incidence of substance and mood problems among lawyers (not generally prior to law school but apparently in reaction to lawyer culture).  Well-known and well-regarded treatment and publishing center Hazelden has done a nice job, in their September Research Update, of pulling together this data from various studies.  Click here to go to their online pdf.

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