Law schools seek the cure for stressed-out students.
Research suggests that by the 3L year, 40 percent of law students show signs of depression. Fortunately, educators are responding with programs intended to promote student 'wellness.' In our latest report, we look at the trend and also preview three newly opened law schools, and prominent attorneys offer budding law students the benefit of their experience.
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