Hundreds of law students won’t be heading to campus Nov. 3 or logging into classes via Zoom.

A growing number of law schools across the country have canceled classes on Election Day in order to facilitate voting and give students the opportunity to do election-related volunteer work. At least two dozen schools won’t be holding classes Nov. 3, and for many it’s the first time that they have made Election Day an official holiday. Just a handful of school canceled classes on Election Day in 2016.

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