19 bookmarks. First posted by gmakris 9 weeks ago.
"Of all the heartbreaking details of his story, the one that continues to haunt me is this: The history on his cellphone shows the last call he ever made was for work. Peter, vomiting, unable to sit up, slipping in and out of consciousness, had managed, somehow, to dial into a conference call."articles
9 weeks ago by Anne
"Rather than hew to their internal self, [law] students begin to focus on external values, he said, like status, comparative worth and competition. “We have seven very strong studies that show this twists people’s psyches and they come out of law school significantly impaired, with depression, anxiety and hostility,” he said."violence:drugs usa:higher-ed law
9 weeks ago by phnk
A high-powered Silicon Valley attorney dies. His ex-wife investigates, and finds a web of drug abuse in his profession. Andrew Benjamin, an affiliate professor of law and a clinical professor of psychology at the UW, is quoted.Department:Psychology School:Law !UWitM 2017 College:Arts&Sciences New.York.Times
9 weeks ago by uwnews