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<p class="p1">Empirical evidence in Australia and overseas has established that in many university disciplines, students begin to experience elevated levels of psychological distress in their first year of study. There is now a considerable body of empirical data that establishes that this is a significant problem for law students. Psychological distress may hamper a law student's capacity to learn successfully, and certainly hinders their ability to thrive in the tertiary environment. We knowdoi:10.5204/jld.v8i2.238 fatcat:5pk3luclu5h5hcvvl7bhsrng7i