As a Big Law attorney based in New York, Jeremy Fischbach says he had a front-row seat to a mental health crisis.

“I would say that 95% of the lawyers I knew were unhappy. Two-thirds or more were suffering from isolation, depression or substance abuse,” said Fischbach, who graduated from Princeton University in 2000 with a B.A. in psychology before getting his J.D. from New York University in 2009.

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