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Bar Admission & Mental Health: NY Joins Massachusetts’ Long-Standing Position Excluding Mental Health Questions in Character & Fitness Evaluation

New York joins a wave of states that will no longer include questions about mental health on its bar application, removing a significant obstacle to valuable treatment, following a resolution introduced to the Conference of Chief Justices by Massachusetts Supreme…

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Mental Health Day: Find the Right Therapist as a Law Student, Lawyer, or Judge

October 10th is World Mental Health Day and Law Student Mental Health Day. The legal profession is uniquely challenging to mental health -- law students, lawyers, and judges need to know how to find the right help. Highlighting the importance…

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ABA Launches Anti-Stigma Campaign for the Legal Profession

Too often, individuals in the legal profession struggle privately with mental health concerns because of stigma, fear, and shame. The ABA recently launched a campaign to encourage lawyers, law students, and judges to get support. Efforts to improve well-being in…

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