Tag Archives: mental health

The Library and Food: Finding a Healthy Balance

by Emily Siess Donnellan I’ve never shared this before, but during law school I gained 40 pounds. I was already overweight having gained the freshman 15 (and then some) in undergrad. But law school took me in to a different … Continue reading

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Not Just Winter Blues: Can the Library Help Improve Law Student Mental Health?

by Lora Johns March is dreary, gray, and cold. The vivid reds of autumn leaves and apples faded so long ago they might never have been at all. The promise of springtime sun and flowers feels more like a lie—in … Continue reading

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Help Others Seek Help

by Dean Duane Strojny I am writing about a topic that is rarely, if ever, discussed in librarianship. It has nothing to do with technology or the future of librarianship. It has nothing to do with enrollment in law schools … Continue reading

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Stop the Stigma: Resources for Discussing Mental & Emotional Health with Law Students

Although this post is not specifically about a legal research or teaching topic, it is a topic of paramount importance for our law students and for ourselves. The official law school National Mental Health Day has passed (it was in … Continue reading

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