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Law School in a Pandemic:

Student Perspectives on Distance Learning and Lessons for the Future

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91%
of law students took at least half of their Spring 2021 courses online.

64%
of first-year (1L) students rated the quality of their J.D. program during the pandemic as excellent or good, compared with 43% of 2L and 3L students.

59%
of students agreed that their schools successfully responded to the challenges created by the pandemic.

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, just a handful of law schools offered hybrid J.D. programs approved by the American Bar Association.

The emergency transition to online learning early in 2020 presented an opportunity to study students' perceptions of online J.D. courses to gain insights for more intentional efforts to expand distance legal education.

Download this report to learn:

  • how law students experienced their online coursework
  • the impact of distance learning on law students' lives
  • the fundamentals of a successful distance learning experience

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