Third-year law students should be coasting toward graduation at this point in the academic year.
Instead, the current crop of 3Ls are trying to figure out how to navigate classes that were abruptly shifted online in response to the COVID-19 pandemic; wondering what will become of the jobs they have lined up, or how they will find jobs if the outbreak persists for months; and fretting about the fate of the July bar exam. That’s on top of the stressors that everyone is feeling over their health and financial security.
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