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1. A landmark study reveals substantial and widespread levels of problem drinking and other behavioral health problems in the US legal profession.
2. The Path to Lawyer Well-Being: Practical Recommendations for Positive Change, aimed at addressing the problem of substance use and mental health disorders of lawyers.
1. The Besden Redemption: A remarkable story of a lawyer's crippling addiction, and ultimately, redemption.
2. Voices of Recovery: Podcasts about Lawyer Recovery, a new episode every two weeks
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Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's Butler Center for Research Releases Findings on Women and Alcohol
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Law Students Request More Support for Mental Health
The security of NJLAP's clients is assured by NJ Supreme Court Rule.
When it comes to stress, whether you think it is harmful or helpful, you are right.
Substance use risk factors for attorney, recent study results.
Solo and small practice issues, benefits of volunteering, NJLAP's networking group
NJLAP and APTPG, ways to reach out for help.
The process of closing a practice, succession planning, memory loss.
Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers (LCL) are statewide self-help groups for attorneys.
Networking group for attorneys, judges, law students and other attorneys in transition.
NJLAP's long-standing, monthly support group for male attorneys with depression.
Combines support group for women in recovery and other issues.
LCL-based meetings for LGBTQ attorneys.
Dates and times of upcoming CLE presentations and other events.