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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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How to Manage Expectations During the Holidays in the Legal Profession

What do the legal profession and the holiday season have in common? They are both intensely demanding. The holiday season triggers the full range of human emotion. The holiday season often brings up memories -- for many both bad and…

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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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Practicing Self-Care: Tips for Lawyers + Law Students to Avoid Burnout

September is Self-Care Awareness Month! Here's what lawyers and law students need to do to stay balanced in a challenging profession. At this time last year, Elon Musk was making headlines about sleep deprivation -- which was a great opportunity…

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What You Should Do When You’re Concerned for a Lawyer (or Law Student)

Your first question might be whether there really is a problem. Start with the warning signs below and you can have our help from there. Our clinicians can help anyone -- a colleague, family member, or friend -- who is…

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