Law Schools Should Monitor Law Students for Addiction: Brian Cuban

“Law schools don’t have to be treatment centers but they can spend money to create a path for helping” law students deal with addiction and other mental health issues, regardless of where they fall on the spectrum, says Brian Cuban, a former practicing attorney in long-term recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.


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