The demand to treat lawyers facing substance abuse or mental health issues is skyrocketing.

It hasn’t gone unnoticed. A cottage industry appears to be developing around the field of well-being services for lawyers, partly sparked by an American Bar Association pledge last year to which more than 100 big firms, law schools and corporate legal departments have signed on, agreeing to take steps to prioritize well-being.

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