Alexandria Gilbert is a third-year student pursuing a joint degree at Stanford’s Law School and Graduate School of Education....
Nick DeFiesta is currently a joint degree student working toward a JD from Stanford Law School and an MPA...
Caroline Phillips is a juris doctor candidate at American University Washington College of Law, expected 2020. She is also...
Caitlin Peterson received her undergraduate degree from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she majored in English...
It can be hard to maintain mental wellness as a law student because of established stigmas and a lack of available resources. But, because wellness helps with success, students are taking action to change how law schools approach this subject. In this episode of the ABA Law Student Podcast, host Caitlin Peterson talks to Alexandria Gilbert, Nick DeFiesta, and Caroline Phillips about how the topic of mental health is addressed at law school. Their conversation includes how they are collaborating with their schools to bring attention to the issue and how other schools, divisions, and firms can help get the word out.
Alexandria Gilbert is a third-year student pursuing a joint degree at Stanford’s Law School and Graduate School of Education.
Nick DeFiesta is currently a joint degree student working toward a JD from Stanford Law School and an MPA from the Woodrow Wilson School, expected 2020.
Caroline Phillips is a juris doctor candidate at American University Washington College of Law, expected 2020.
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|Published:||March 16, 2018|
|Podcast:||ABA Law Student Podcast|
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