The Impact of the Coronavirus on Legal Education

American law schools, typically traditionalist and resistant to change, have adapted with rare urgency to the continuing coronavirus pandemic. Last spring, most law schools – like other educational institutions – moved classes online, canceled campus activities and events, and restricted libraries and other facilities. Many allowed their students to take classes on a pass-fail basis. The majority of law schools are trying to blend online and in-person instruction to allow students to come to campus this fall, but some with an early start to the term are already facing hard tradeoffs as campus residents receive positive coronavirus diagnoses.

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