An overwhelming majority of legal professionals believe their mental well-being is worse off as a result of their chosen career, an in-depth survey of law firm lawyers and staff suggest.

ALM’s Mental Health and Substance Abuse Survey 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.

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