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GEARING UP - At least a dozen law schools—and likely more in coming days—are scrambling to pull together online learning programs and are facing the possibility of administering remote final exams as COVID-19 spreads. But many law faculty members have never taught a distance education class, and fewer than 10 law schools have J.D. programs that are mostly online. Reporter Karen Sloan interviews Nina Kohn, a Syracuse law professor who created that school’s online JD program, about the potential pitfalls and possible solutions for building such programs. For Law.com’s full coverage of the impact of COVID-19 on the legal industry, including law firm and court closings, go here.

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