The 2021 Survey of Law Student Well-Being:  More Progress Needed in  Fostering Help-Seeking  among Law Students

The 2021 Survey of Law Student Well-Being: More Progress Needed in Fostering Help-Seeking among Law Students

By Jerome M. Organ, David B. Jaffe, and Katherine M. Bender, PhD1

This article summarizes some specific results from the 2021 Survey of Law Student Well-Being (2021 SLSWB), which the authors administered as an anonymous and voluntary web-based survey at 39  law schools in the United States in spring 2021. It follows up on an article in the December 2015 Bar Examiner outlining the results of the 2014 Survey of Law Student Well-Being (2014 SLSWB).2

In addition to presenting a brief overview of the 2021 SLSWB results compared to those from 2014, and touching on some of the new data in the 2021 SLSWB derived ...

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The 2021 Survey of Law Student Well-Being:  More Progress Needed in  Fostering Help-Seeking  among Law Students

The 2021 Survey of Law Student Well-Being: More Progress Needed in Fostering Help-Seeking among Law Students

By Jerome M. Organ, David B. Jaffe, and Katherine M. Bender, PhD1

This article summarizes some specific results from the 2021 Survey of Law Student Well-Being (2021 SLSWB), which the authors administered as an anonymous and voluntary web-based survey at 39  law schools in the United States in spring 2021. It follows up on an article in the December 2015 Bar Examiner outlining the results of the 2014 Survey of Law Student Well-Being (2014 SLSWB).Read More