Student Lawyer: How to deal with law school stress

This issue of Student Lawyer is dedicated to the idea of wellness—the proper balance of mental, physical, and emotional health. In this issue of Student Lawyer, we’ll tell you how you can evaluate your stress level and get help you may need, get access to strategies and tools to help deal with the pressure of law school, and help you take the first steps toward staying healthy.   You’re right: Law school stress is differentProspective law students are similar to other Americans before their first day of school, but then the incidence of depression, anxiety, and alcohol or drug-related impairment skyrockets after they cross the threshold into law school. Two deans answer the law school wellness questions they hear the mostAs deans of students with a long history of working on wellness initiatives, David B. Jaffe and Janet E. Stearns are here to share some advice on the resources and strategies available to you in this current era—and urge you…

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