One of the resolutions expected for the New Year is the American Bar Association’s move to help law firms create policies supporting their lawyers’ mental health and well-being.

Promoting lawyer wellness in law firms is a key project for ABA President Hilarie Bass, who created a well-being working group in the wake of a 2016 study that showed the pervasiveness of substance abuse and mental health struggles in the legal profession, and a 2017 report that suggested how the legal profession must change to address the problem.

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