Judith Gordon spends her days counseling lawyers on how to avoid burnout and how to be strong leaders—one of a growing number of attorneys focusing on mental health and wellness in the profession.

And since 2011, she has also taught a professional development course at the University of California at Los Angeles School of Law that aims to help students remain engaged and fulfilled in their careers. Which is to say that she had a unique vantage point on the many stresses and anxieties that today’s law students and lawyers deal with.

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