Amid a persistently high number of lawyers with depression in Big Law, law firms are increasingly seeking mental health solutions together through industrywide cooperation, while firms are also exploring their own well-being approaches for lawyers and staff.

O’Melveny & Myers, in conjunction with several other firms, arranged a mental well-being legal industry summit last month. More than 20 law firms participated in the summit, meant to be a forum for best practice sharing and collaboration. Several law firm leaders, senior partners and business and well-being experts from various entities attended.

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