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Bar Admission & Mental Health: NY Joins Massachusetts’ Long-Standing Position Excluding Mental Health Questions in Character & Fitness Evaluation

In important, good news -- New York will no longer include questions about mental health on its bar application, removing a significant obstacle to valuable treatment. New York has joined a trend among states to follow the long-standing leadership of…

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5 Risks to Your Career as a Lawyer (and 3 Rules to Avoid Them!)

November is National Career Development Month. Developing a career as a lawyer is one of the most difficult professional paths, with intellectual and emotional challenges evolving along the way. Make sure you're aware of common risks in the legal profession…

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2019 State of the Judiciary: Lawyer Well-Being and Access to Justice Efforts in Massachusetts

Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Ralph D. Gants provided updates on work to improve well-being in the legal profession and public access to justice in the 6th Annual State of the Judiciary Address hosted by the Mass Bar Association…

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Mental Health Day: Find the Right Therapist as a Law Student, Lawyer, or Judge

October 10th is World Mental Health Day and Law Student Mental Health Day. The legal profession is uniquely challenging to mental health -- law students, lawyers, and judges need to know how to find the right help. Highlighting the importance…

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Meditation for lawyers, in a nutshell

Much research has been conducted to examine the effects of meditation from reducing anxiety, increasing attention, and slowing down the aging process on your brain. In a nutshell, meditation can be an effective practice. And while meditation might not be recommended for everyone, the usefulness of meditation can be wide reaching. So, let’s assume that you have read a meta-analysis on the effectiveness of meditation programs and decided that meditation might be helpful to you in your management of anxiety, stress, attention, and so on. Now what?

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