Ten years after U.S. law schools received a startling white paper on alcohol and drug abuse among students and faculty, there seems to be no firm evidence of improvement. Last week, at a gathering of campus administrators at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, the focus was on what -- if anything -- schools can do to address substance abuse problems in this high-stress population earlier and more effectively.
Despite '93 Report, Substance Abuse Persists at Law Schools
New York Law Journal
June 30, 2003
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