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From The Career Files: 3 Ways For Lawyers To Reduce Substance Abuse That Actually Work

Being a lawyer does not make you a drug addict or an alcoholic. But legal pedagogy and practice do set you up to be more susceptible to the appeal of drinking and drug use.
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