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The NALP Foundation Team Co-Authors Article on Prioritizing Mental Health in the Legal Profession

The article, published in the July/August 2024 issue of the NALP Bulletin, highlights data from two recent Foundation research studies.

Tuesday, July 9, 2024

The NALP Foundation recently published an article entitled "The Numbers Don't Lie: Prioritizing Mental Health in the Legal Profession" in the July/August 2024 NALP Bulletin. The article was co-authored with Kendra Brodin, Founder and CEO of EsquireWell.

The article highlights findings from two recent Foundation studies: our Law School Alumni Employment and Satisfaction Study for the Class of 2019 (a joint project with NALP) and our recent Should I Stay or Should I Go? Key Factors Driving Law Firm Associate Retention study. Co-authors Kendra Brodin, Fiona Trevelyan Hornblower, Jennifer Mandery and Skip Horne share detailed -- and sometimes sobering -- findings highlighting the mental health of early-career attorneys, and offer opportunities for action for both law schools and legal organizations going forward.

For more information on the Foundation's Alumni Study and Stay Study, visit our website:

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