This is exciting news! Law.com “has embarked on a yearlong investigation into mental health across every sector of the legal profession. Over the course of 12 months, we will aim to shine a light on mental health, addiction, stress and well-being; destigmatize the issue; and identify methods to effectuate change.” I look forward to being a part of the discussion during the year and sharing their findings, resources, and stories here.
The ABA Journal takes a look at new efforts to create a full culture of well-being in law schools that goes beyond the occasional offering of a meditation or yoga class.
In this article, Marcie Borgal Shunk, pulls back the lens and looks at the culture that contributes to stress and burnout in the legal profession.
A look from the New York Law Journal at why the response to attorney mental health has been slow and why there needs to be a paradigm shift.