With 3,800 respondents from law firms of all sizes and across the globe, the results of our Mental Health and Substance Abuse survey speak for themselves. Below is a sampling of some of the key data points out of the results of the survey. More data will follow in the days and weeks ahead as we dive further into the survey’s findings.

As a starting point, the survey, which is part of Law.com’s Minds Over Matters project, found that 31.2% of the more than 3,800 respondents feel they are depressed, 64% feel they have anxiety, 10.1% feel they have an alcohol problem and 2.8% feel they have a drug problem. For complete coverage of the survey results, click here.

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