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National Task Force Report: Here, Now, a Watershed for a Lawyer's Well-Being

Patrick Krill

Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute, August 14, 2017

 

BigLaw at a Crossroads on Mental Health, Report Finds

Sam Reisman

Law360, August 14, 2017

 

How to Deal With a Lawyer Who's in Denial About a Drinking Problem

Patrick Krill

Law.com, July 26, 2017

 

The Lawyer, the Addict

Eilene Zimmerman

The New York Times, July 15, 2017

 

Are We Kidding Ourselves About Improving Mental Health in the Legal Profession?

Patrick Krill

Law.com, July 12, 2017

 

Am I Depressed Because I'm a Lawyer?

Patrick Krill

Law.com, June 28, 2017

 

Should Lawyers be Drug and Alcohol Tested?

Patrick Krill

Law.com, May 31, 2017

 

Should I Disclose a Past Drinking Problem to My New Law Firm?

Patrick Krill

Law.com, May 17, 2017

 

Law Firms Finally Say It’s OK to See a Therapist

Sara Randazzo

Wall Street Journal, May 22, 2017

 

Law Student with Felony Record and Skadden Fellowship Denied Character and Fitness Recommendation

Stephanie Francis Ward

ABA Journal, May 12, 2017

 

Is it Wrong for Lawyers to Smoke Pot?

Patrick Krill

Law.com, May 3, 2017

 

Addicted or Depressed Lawyers Need More that 'Wellness'

Patrick Krill

Law.com, April 19, 2017

 

How to Get Addiction Treatment Without Killing Your Legal Career

Patrick Krill

Law.com, April 5, 2017

 

Drinking to Relieve Stress? Bad Idea, Counselor

Patrick Krill

Law.com, March 21, 2017

 

The 'Functioning Alcoholic' Attorney: Where's the Harm?

Patrick Krill

Law.com, March 7, 2017

 

My Supervising Attorney is a Problem Drinker

Patrick Krill

Law.com, February 22, 2017

 

Will My Law Career Always Feel This Toxic?

Patrick Krill

Law.com, February 8, 2017

 

A Lawyer-Friend 'Might' Have Alcohol Problems.  What to do?

Patrick Krill

Law.com, January 25, 2017

 

Let's Address the Elephant in the Law Firm

Patrick Krill

Law.com, January 11, 2017

 

The Impact on Society is Enormous: In Legal Profession, Depression, Addiction Hurt Clients, Too.

Nicole Ireland

CBC News, November 2016

 

National Opioid Epidemic is Cause to Examine the Legal Profession’s Own Problems with Addiction

Karen Harris and Patrick Krill

ABA Health eSource, October 2016

 

Dementia Dilemma: When Older Partners Pose a Liability

Angela Morris

Law.com, October 2016

 

Do You Have a Drinking Problem, Counselor?

Patrick Krill

Law.com, October 2016

 

Law Schools Must Confront Students' Alcohol, Mental Health Problems: Opinion

Patrick Krill

Law.com, September 2016

 

New Company Aims to Tackle Law Firms' Alcohol Problem

MP McQueen

Law.com, August 2016

 

Lawyer's New Consulting Firm for Addiction and Mental Health Help Serves Law Firms Exclusively.

ABA Journal, August 2016

 

The Prevalence of Substance Use and Other Mental Health Concerns Among American Attorneys

Krill, Patrick R. JD, LLM; Johnson, Ryan MA; Albert, Linda MSSW

Journal of Addiction Medicine, February 2016

 

The Legal Profession's Drinking Problem

Patrick Krill

CNN Opinion

 

Why Lawyers are Prone to Suicide

Patrick Krill

CNN Opinion

 

Substance Abuse and Mental Health: Going Solo Isn’t an Option

Patrick R. Krill

GP SOLO Magazine (ABA)

 

One-Fifth of This Occupation Has a Serious Drinking Problem

Christopher Ingraham

The Washington Post

 

Commentary: When a Successful Law Career Mixes with Addiction

Lisa F. Smith, Special To The Washington Post

Chicago Tribune

 

How BigLaw Contributes to High Attorney Depression Rates

Law360

 

Study Indicates Lawyers Struggling with Substance Use and Other Mental Health Issues

Jeena Cho

Forbes

 

Landmark Study: U.S. Lawyers Face Higher Rates of Problem Drinking and Mental Health Issues

Joe Forward

State Bar of Wisconsin

 

Study Shows ‘Problematic’ Alcohol Use by Attorneys

Scott Roberts

The Indiana Lawyer

 

Wellness and the Legal Profession: Implications of the 2016 Landmark Study on the Prevalence of Substance Use and Mental Health Concerns Among U.S. Attorneys

Linda Albert and Patrick Krill

The Bar Examiner, Vol. 85, No. 1, March 2016

 

Study Identifies High Rate of Problem Drinking Among Lawyers, Next Steps

Your ABA newsletter

 

The Legal Profession's Drinking Problem Is Worse Than We Thought

M.P. McQueen

The American Lawyer

 

The Real State of Substance Abuse Among Lawyers

Kate Mangan

Lawyerist.com

 

Attorney Impairment is on the Rise; Here's How to Fight Back

Dentons

 

Lawyers Rarely Seek Depression, Anxiety, Addiction Help, Experts Say

James Dunn, Business Journal Technology Editor

The North Bay Business Journal

  

Lawyers, Drinking, Depression: A Problem That Isn’t Going Away

BENCH & BAR of Minnesota

 

Young Lawyer Problem Drinking on the Rise

Jan Pudlow, Senior Editor

The Florida Bar News

 

ABA Study Reveals Widespread Problem Drinking, Mental Health Issues Among American Lawyers

Matt Yas

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

 

What BigLaw Can Do About The Industry's Drinking Problem

Aebra Coe

Law 360

 

High Rate of Problem Drinking Reported Among Lawyers

Elizabeth Olson

The New York Times

 

Alcohol Abuse Plagues One in Three Attorneys, Study Says

Psyche Pascual

California Bar Journal

 

Why 1 in 3 Lawyers Are Problem Drinkers

OPINION: Competition plays a role, but it's more about how success is defined — by being tough.

Susan A. Bandes

National Law Journal

   

Patricia King: Substance Abuse Among Lawyers Is No Joke

Patricia King

Law.com

 

Lawyers Awash in Alcohol

David Andreatta

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle

 

Attorneys Report High Rates of Problem Drinking, Mental Illness

Andy Steiner

MinnPost.com

 

Study: Lawyer Drinking Rates Staggering

Kristen Senz

New Hampshire Bar Association

 

Statistics, Stigma, and Sanism: A Public Health Warning About the “Perfect Storm” Heading Toward America’s Legal Profession

Dan Defoe

Psycholawlogy

 

Study Discusses Lawyers’ Alcohol, Behavior Problems

Dana Littlefield

San Diego Union-Tribune

  

American Lawyers Apparently Have a Drinking Problem

Claire Groden

Fortune

 

High Rates of Alcohol Abuse, Depression Among U.S. Attorneys, Study Says

Alexia Elejalde-Ruiz

Chicago Tribune

 

Alcohol a 'Very Alarming' Problem for Nation's Lawyers, Hazelden and ABA Find

Paul Walsh

Star Tribune

 

Drinking is a Problem for 1 in 3 Lawyers, Study Finds

Karen Sloan

National Law Journal

 

The Legal Industry Has A Drinking Problem, Study Says

Aebra Coe

Law 360

 

Study on Attorney Well-Being shows ‘Alarming’ Results

Detroit Legal News

 

After the Storm: Navigating a Return to Work Following Treatment
The Verdict

Patrick R. Krill

 

Legally Intoxicated: The Impacts and Implications of Substance Abuse in the Practice of Law
The Hennepin Lawyer

Patrick R. Krill

 

A Trial Like No Other: Confronting and Managing the Disease of Addiction
Legal Management News

Patrick R. Krill

 

When There's One Bar They Just Can't Seem to Pass
Legal Management News

Patrick R. Krill