In our survey of Am Law 200 leaders about substance abuse and mental health problems in large law firms, we asked them to opine about the causes. After all, who better to understand the situation on the ground than those who regularly encounter these problems among their lawyers?

Still, I was concerned that since these leaders generally lack expertise in addiction and mental health, their opinions would amount to nothing more than well-intentioned speculation.

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