Law schools adjust as COVID-19 shifts classes online

Faculties try to stay personal with some in-person teaching, but it’s challenging during a pandemic

Law schools adjust as COVID-19 shifts classes online
Donna Young, Erika Chamberlain

The image of law school that many of us have in our minds is typically like the 1973 movie The Paper Chase, in which Professor Charles Kingsfield (played by John Houseman) terrorizes the incoming class with his Socratic method of teaching first-year contract law.

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