This is the third article in a three-part series on pain points within the legal profession that contribute to mental health problems and addiction. Read part one, on sleep deprivation and exhaustion, here, and part two, on isolation and loneliness, here.

When it comes to attorney wellness, the legal profession has been slow to come to terms with its own self-destructive tendencies—including some, like overworking, that lawyers have long tolerated or even celebrated.

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