This week I’ve read no more than four articles reviewing/flaming/praising Amy Chua’s new book, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother. One of many conversations with the author can be found here.  For the few of you in dark, Ms. Chua’s premise is that the strict, uncompromising standards of  stereotypical Chinese parents makes children successful. How does this relate to the law and why am I writing about it on my blog? Well, I’m still making a tenuous connection to the law, but at least there a little humor in this article in the Huffington Post which was brought to my attention by former law school classmate and family law practitioner, Elizabeth Drotning Hartwell. For those of you not entirely overdosed by Tiger Mother commentary, Enjoy!