This is the second installment of a three-part series exploring that mental health issues already starting at law school.

Part 1 of this series introduced seven sources of professional and personal grief for law students arising from the structure of the legal profession and law school. This part focuses on the insidious effects of the culture of competition, and its connection to loneliness and lack of student preparation.

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