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|Title:||Killing Them Softly: Neuroscience Reveals How Brain Cells Die from Law School Stress and How Neutral Self-Hacking Can Optimize Cognitive Performance|
|Authors:||Austin, Debra S.|
|Publisher:||Loyola University New Orleans College of Law|
|Citation:||59 Loy. L. Rev. 791|
|Abstract:||Law is a cognitive profession, and the legendary stressors in legal education and the practice of law can take a tremendous toll on cognitive capacity. Lawyers suffer from depression at triple the rate of non-lawyers. This Article provides a groundbreaking synthesis on the neuroscience of achieving optimal cognitive fitness for all law students, law professors, and lawyers.|
|Appears in Collections:||Law Review|
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