Other states starting to follow Massachusetts’ lead on bar exam, mental health – Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

Posted: February 7, 2020 at 1:45 pm

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Last summers report of the Supreme Judicial Courts Steering Committee on Lawyer Well Being outlined myriad challenges to building a happier, healthier bar. But at least on one front, Massachusetts is way ahead of the game. In its section on major issues affecting lawyer well-being, the report highlights the perceived stigma associated with mental health and substance ...

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