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Hurricane Jeanne Members of the Young family paddle down the street from their home to check on some friends in the aftermath of Hurricane Jeanne in 2004. (J. Albert Diaz/Herald Staff)

Practicing law can lead to extreme stress, contributing to high rates of depression and addiction in the profession. But what about when the stress comes from traumatic situations outside the workplace?

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Brenda Sapino Jeffreys

Senior reporter Brenda Sapino Jeffreys covers the business of law in Texas. Contact her at bjeffreys@alm.com On Twitter: @BrendaSJeffreys

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