Anonymous 'law student lifestyle, stress and well-being' survey

|The Volokh Conspiracy |

We know little about how law school experiences affect students' lifestyle, stress, and psychological and emotional well-being, and what can be done to reduce student stress. Professor Jody Lyneé Madeira and doctoral candidate Pablo Escobedo, both of the Indiana University (Bloomington) law school, are researching this subject, and they are conducting an anonymous survey of current U.S. law students. Please check it if you're interested.

UPDATE: Whoops, the original link didn't work; just fixed it.

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