So... after reading the Meltzer ratings on the HLS site he seems to:
1. Holds class in the traditional 'no pass' Socratic method;
2. Make kids cry (at least in the past);
3. Assign a heavy amount of reading, slightly if not very much so, above other similar crim law classes;
4. Condescend to his students if they get an answer "wrong;"
5. Brilliant, yet cold and unwilling to bring an issue down to his students.
True? Not? Any additions? Subtractions?