Are you a lawyer with ADHD? If so, you're not alone.

Lawyers are reportng ADHD at more than 2 1⁄2 times the rate of other adults. 

 

But, why is the rate of ADHD among U.S. lawyers so high? People who have ADHD and do well in school are highly likely to go into law because they crave a high stimulation environment, love to create logical connections or arguments, can hyperfocus to get things done under stress, and have a tendency to rely on the sense of urgency that legal work provides to get things done. Sounds perfect, right?

 

Unfortunately, as many lawyers with ADHD get further along in their careers, the more being a lawyer can exacerbate their ADHD symptoms, as the once-effective coping skills of their youth become overwhelmed by increased demands. 

The Focused Lawyer eBook is designed to help you learn how to resist distractions, get organized, and manage your time better. It will teach you how to change your perspective, find the right support, and implement helpful tactics to manage your ADHD symptoms while succeeding as a lawyer.

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