Law Students Resources


Comprehensive Reports on Law Student Mental Health

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Falling Through the Cracks: A Report on Mental Health at Yale Law School, December 2014

Comprehensive Reports on Law Student Mental Health

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Suffering in Silence: The Survey of Law Student Well-Being and the Reluctance of Law Students to Seek Help for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Concerns, Journal of Legal Education, Vol. 66, No. 1 (2016)

Depression

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Depression and Despair in Law School are Real and Need Attention, The Conversation, August 14, 2017

On-Line Resource for Law Students

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LawLifeline: Your Online Resource for Law School Mental Health. Self-Tests, Articles, Facts, Resources.

NH Bar Lawyer Referal Service

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FREE, CONFIDENTIAL referrals to NH attorneys who can help with issues before the Character and Fitness Committee.

Report from the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being

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The Path to Lawyer Well-Being: Practical Recommendations for Postive Change provides fully researched aspects of the legal profession ranging across all employment fields as well as 44 specific recommendations to foster a healthier legal culture that sustains well-being and professional satisfaction.

Well-Being Tool Kit for Legal Employers

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As a practical follow-up to The Path to Lawyer Well-Being: Practical Recommondations for Postive Change from the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being, Anne Bradford created this how-to-guide for implementation.  Anne Bradford is the founder of Aspire, an educational and consultancy firm for the legal profession.  She is a former Big Law equity partner who now focuses on changing legal culture to boost engagement, avoid burn-out and foster meaningful work.  She is also the Edior-in-Chief and Co-Author of the Task Force Report. She holds a JD, a Masters in Applied Positve Psychology (MAPP) and a PhD in Psychology.

Alcohol Rehab Help

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Alcohol Rehab Help is an informational web guide founded in 2020 created to help those struggling with alcohol use disorders, substance abuse disorders, and/or co-occuring mental health disorders.  ARH aids individuals in understanding their issues with addiction and in finding the best treatment option.  All content is written by a team of journalists, researchers, doctors and medical professionals.  Every article is fact-checked by an addiction counseling expert before publication.  Funding sources to not affect the quality or content of this publication.