Law schools are falling short when it comes to mental health resources for students, according to a new survey.

Fewer than a third of the 300 recent law graduates polled by Kaplan Bar Review this spring reported that their law schools did enough to assist students experiencing high levels of academic stress. Just 29 percent responded that their schools offered enough support to those students, while 40 percent said their schools did not do enough. Another 31 percent said they didn’t know how well their campuses did in providing mental health supports for struggling students.

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