The legal profession has higher rates of mental illness, addiction and suicide than most other professions, with no facet of the industry left unaffected. Historically, lawyers and others in the profession have not openly discussed mental health challenges, and resources for those impacted have not been readily available. Institutions have been left without ideas on how to improve their work environment—or worse, without the motivation to do so.

We want to change that.

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