Media briefing: depression in the legal profession (part 2)


ABC Radio National's Life Matters programme has aired the second part of its series on how depression affects the legal profession.

In this morning's programme, Hugh Macken, senior vice-president of the Law Society, spoke about some of the initiatives being undertaken by the profession to combat the problem.

The Tristan Jepson Memorial Fund helps highlight the issues of mental illness across the legal profession, from students to judges.

Listen to a webcast of the Life Matters programme>�

The�first part of this examination of depression in the legal profession was broadcast on the Life Matters programme yesterday.

28 November 2007

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