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Recently, there has been a lot written about lawyers and their lack of happiness. This unhappiness extends to both their profession and their personal lives. The first week of May was the ABA’s Well-being week, during which firms are encouraged to offer programming and activities that address the six pillars of the ABA Well-being Pledge. Some firms do participate, while others do not. However, regardless of what firms do, the root of unhappiness ultimately comes from within the individual and cannot be changed or affected by a firm’s thoughtful and engaging programming.

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