The Dave Nee Foundation reports that an average amount of students enter law school with depression, around 8-9 percent, but upon graduation, around 40 percent of law students will have depression. The leading cause of disability in the world and in the U.S. is depression. Some call depression an “epidemic,” which could very likely be accurate in the legal world. Read the full article here.
Depression Dominates Legal Industry, Starting at Law School
The Dave Nee Foundation Launches LawLifeline
The Dave Nee Foundation, created in memory of a third year law student who committed suicide, has launched a new online mental health resource designed specifically for law students. Read the Story