The American Bar Association’s pledge campaign to address substance abuse and mental health issues may not spark a sudden transformation, but legal professionals said it’s a signal that more people in the industry recognize the severity of the problem and want to do something about it.

Brian Cuban, a lawyer in recovery for substance abuse who has authored a memoir about his experiences, called the ABA’s effort “smart” and said law firm leaders don’t always see how such issues can affect them.

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