Wellness and Well-being in the Legal Profession (Sep 18, 2019)
Recent reports on mental health and wellness in relation to the legal profession.
"The Juggling Act: Tips for Young Lawyers with Families," The National Law Journal
"Stressed Out: Law Firm Staff Say Their Mental Health Is Being Ignored, Survey Finds," The American Lawyer
"End of Summer Means Return to Healthy Habits," Law.com
"Why We Need to Talk More About Mental Health in Graduate School," The Chronicle of Higher Education
"How 3M Uses the ABA Wellness Pledge When Hiring Firms," The American Lawyer
"Midlevel Associates Are Feeling the Burn From All That Work," The American Lawyer
"Which Firms Keep Midlevel Associates Happiest? The 2019 National Rankings," The American Lawyer
"City by City: Where Midlevel Associates Are Most Satisfied," The American Lawyer
"From Glass Walls to Free Snacks, Associates Dish on What They Love, Hate and Fear," The American Lawyer
"Unlimited Vacation Policy: A Perk or Punishment at Law Firms?," The American Lawyer
"Lawyers Who Suffer From Depression Won't Come Forward," New York Law Journal
"Trans Students Are Found Far More Likely Than Others to Suffer From a Host of Psychological Problems," The Chronicle of Higher Education
"Study: Talking About Mental Health Reduces Stigma Among Students," Inside Higher Ed
"Investing in Lawyer Well-Being — Why It Matters," The Legal Intelligencer
"Study: College Presidents Prioritizing Student Mental Health," Inside Higher Ed
"When Stress Comes from Outside the Workplace, How Do Law Firms Respond?," The American Lawyer
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