Georgetown University Law Center was among the early wave of law schools to announce plans for the fall semester.

On June 10, the school said it planned to shrink first-year classes to 40 students or less to allow them to come to campus but remain socially distant—one of many adjustments law schools are making in order to offer at least some in-person instruction. But seven weeks later, the fall plan looks vastly different. On July 29, Georgetown president John DeGioia announced that the entire university, including the law school, would start the semester remotely amid rising COVID-19 cases

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