Where Are We on the Path to Law Student Well-Being?: Report on the ABA CoLAP Law Student Assistance Committee Law School Wellness Survey

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A survey of law schools found that many currently provide on-site counseling and support services, but there is still space for improvement. Based on survey results, the essay recommends ways to improve well-being programs in law schools.

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The legal profession faces significant challenges in mental health and substance abuse, with lawyers and law students suffering. In response, the ABA CoLAP commissioned a Task Force to address lawyer well-being, leading to a report with recommendations for various stakeholders, including law schools.

A survey of law schools revealed that many already have on-site counseling and support services, but there is room for improvement. The article suggests actions for enhancing well-being initiatives in law schools based on the survey findings.

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