Execupundit.com: "Dissatisfied, Demoralized, and Depressed". Michael Wade points to a law blog post in the Wall Street Journal Law Blog that discusses the use of fear to educate law students. Even many years later, while I understand the need for legal training to emphasize the risks inherent in law practice, I remember the mind numbing fear that accompanied my law school education. The Bar Exam was particularly stressful, and I still remember the pattern of the tiles in the bathroom of the hotel room where I stayed while taking the exam. Stress and worry are part of the landscape for lawyers; but, adding to law students' stress levels might not be a healthy way to approach legal education. What do you think?