The COVID-19 pandemic has left no one unscathed and no sector unchanged. Legal education has certainly felt the brunt of those challenges, from administering the bar exam to licensing new attorneys. Whether the arrival of new vaccines will loosen up our current conception of the “new normal” remains to be seen, but as the year winds to a close the questions arise: What will legal education look like in 2021? Is distance learning here to stay? Will the bar exam even be necessary anymore?

We’ll be answering those questions and many more in our Future of Legal Ed Twitter chat on December 8 at 11 a.m. EST.

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