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Hurricane Dorian's eye seen from the International Space Station (Photo: Nick Hague/NASA) Hurricane Dorian’s eye seen from the International Space Station (Photo: Nick Hague/NASA)

Students at the majority of South Florida’s law schools returned to campus Wednesday after an extended Labor Day weekend due to Hurricane Dorian, which avoided a direct collision with the Sunshine State but still prompted university officials to cancel classes.

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Karen Sloan

Karen Sloan is the Legal Education Editor and Senior Writer at ALM. Contact her at ksloan@alm.com. On Twitter: @KarenSloanNLJ Sign up for Ahead of the Curve—her weekly email update on trends and innovation in legal education—here: https://www.law.com/briefings/ahead-of-the-curve/

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