For now, it’s back to brick-and-mortar in the fall for about a third of the nation’s law schools, but dramatic changes are afoot.

The universities that have said they plan to reopen for in-person instruction in the fall are home to about 70 of the 200 American Bar Association-accredited law schools. Another 14 law schools are part of universities that have proposed plans for hybrid models that combine in-person and online instruction.

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