Clients Have The Power To Promote Wellness At Law Firms

Law360 (October 9, 2020, 2:52 PM EDT) -- The prevalence of mental distress in the legal profession is no secret. My prior Law360 guest article explained that the absence or abandonment of larger purpose-driven motives to practice law can leave lawyers susceptible to poor self-image and resultant poor mental health.

Rather than deriving inherent fulfillment from their work, too many lawyers are left to pursue money, titles and prestige. Unfortunately, the ubiquitous lawyer rankings and honors often do not reliably demarcate lawyer or law firm quality or — just as importantly — value.

This article explores a specific facet of mental wellness in the legal industry, from the perspective...

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