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Aug 15, 2016

Welcome back! Today we're talking about something that comes up for a lot of new and seasoned law students - being lonely or feeling isolated in law school. 

Your law school campus is filled with people, so how could anyone feel lonely? You may be surprised that it's a common feeling in law school. These feelings can be problematic, because they can affect your happiness and productivity and can lead you down the path to more serious mental health issues.

In this episode we discuss:

  • Lee and Alison talk about their own experiences with loneliness in law school
  • Ways to handle the move to a new city
  • Getting along with varied personalities in law school
  • How to meet people if you are an introvert
  • Strategies for finding a community outside of law school
  • What can you do to feel less isolated and alone?
  • How to stay connected to your support network
  • Handling the inevitable ups and downs of law school
  • The importance of getting help when you need it

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Thanks for listening! 

Alison & Lee