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Your Guide to Being a Virtual Law Student: Mindset Edition

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The first concept taught in law schools is pretty simple: “Think like a lawyer.” This axiom, repeated breathlessly by professors and administrators alike, appears self-explanatory at first glance. Anyone can think like a lawyer! That just means being tenacious and argumentative, right? Of course, like most aspects of law school, “thinking like a lawyer” is…

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Mental Health Resources for Law Students and Lawyers

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It’s no secret that people who enter the legal profession, starting with first-year law students, are at a higher risk than the general population for mental health struggles. This can manifest in many ways, including depression and anxiety, substance abuse, eating disorders, and more.  In 2016, the American Bar Association (ABA) joined forces with the Hazelden Betty…

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