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SIMILARLY SITUATED – As the topic of mental health takes a front seat in law firms, bar associations and conferences, many law firm staffers—whether in legal operations, pricing or marketing—feel left out of the conversation. As part of our Minds Over Matters project, Dylan Jackson reports that improving mental health in the legal profession is largely focused on attorneys, and there are few, if any, studies that examine the rates of depression, anxiety and addiction among law firm professional staff. At the same time, recent suicides of professional staff highlight the degree to which they face many of the same pressures as their lawyer colleagues.

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