“Meaningless, destructive and difficult”: why the legal profession needs to change its priorities to protect mental health
The biggest roadblock to improving mental health in the legal profession is the failure to recognise that a lawyer’s worth cannot be measured in billable hours, argues Derek LaCroix, executive director of the Lawyers Assistance Program of British Columbia.
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