Final exams for the spring semester are already underway at some law schools, and the usual pressure-cooker situation looks a little less intense this time around amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Gone are in-class exams, timed and taken under the watchful eye of a proctor. Library study carrels sit empty, closed off to students like the rest of campus. And those cute therapy animals that usually show up to help ease students’ stress? Well, the family pet will have to do this year.

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