Significant stress in the legal profession isn’t a new concept. But with ever-growing challenges stemming from the pandemic, a Colorado Supreme Court task force evaluated attorneys’ need for well-being initiatives that may be applied to a future statewide program.

In a report on Colorado’s Well-Being Recognition Program for Legal Employers Pilot Project, released Thursday, the Pilot Advisory Board recommended that the state Supreme Court adopt a formal well-being recognition program for legal employers.

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