The COVID-19 pandemic has taken the mental health of lawyers and law firm staff—an already precarious thing—and placed it in a more fragile state.
Professionals on the front lines of the legal industry’s mental health crisis say they’re seeing even more people struggling now. But they’ve also seen a greater sense of understanding within the industry that could help propel progress toward improved mental health beyond the duration of the pandemic.
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