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ABOLISH – The deans at 14 of the 15 law schools in New York state have publicly called for a removal of the  question on the application for admission to the state bar that asks prospective attorneys about their mental health. As Dan M. Clark reports, proponents of doing away with the question argue that it deters prospective lawyers from seeking help for mental health and substance abuse problems and may be illegal.

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