Law school students were abruptly thrown into remote learning earlier this year to avoid the spread of coronavirus, and most can expect a telecommuting experience while summer interning at law firms, government agencies and other legal organizations.

“All of our students have been working remotely,” said Susan Brooks, associate dean for experiential learning at Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law. “There may be some attorneys that are going into their law offices, but I’m not aware of any law students. All their work this summer is happening remotely.”