In the two years since the American Bar Association asked law firms and other employers of lawyers to commit to combating substance use and related mental health issues in the profession, the number of signatories to its pledge has grown from 13 to nearly 200.

For Patrick Krill, the lawyer and alcohol and drug counselor who conceptualized the effort, response from the legal community has exceeded his expectations.

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