Can Big Law meaningfully change its mental health culture? Will the stigma associated with depression, alcohol abuse, and anxiety only come with generational change at law firms? What can a law firm leader do to encourage lawyers to come forward, even confidentially?

A slate of attorneys and legal leaders examined the issue of stigma at law firms on Tuesday during a panel titled ”Real Talk: Addressing the Stigma Around Mental Health in the Legal Profession” at LegalWeek New York 2020.

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