The arrival of the coronavirus in New York is taking a toll on two of the city’s law schools.

New York Law School canceled classes Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in order to clean and disinfect its building, while the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law also disinfected its campus on Tuesday. One student from each school had come into contact with a lawyer currently being treated for COVID-19.

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