An unprecedented focus on well-being has emerged within the legal profession over the last several years, driven largely by issues related to mental health and substance misuse.

I’ve spent the last decade researching, writing and advocating in the hopes of fueling the very well-being “movement” now underway, so it is no surprise that I am gratified and legitimately optimistic about the progress the legal profession is making around a centrally important and long-overlooked subject.

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