The long-awaited results of a 2017 mental health survey show that many students at Harvard Law School experience depression and anxiety and don’t get enough sleep or exercise.

The school in late December released a report to students and members of the law school community with selected findings from the more than two-year-old survey after several years of lobbying from activists pushing for better mental health supports on campus.

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