It’s not easy to teach from home while also caring for kids whose schools have gone remote. And that law review article you want to finish? Good luck finding time for that.

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented no shortage of challenges for legal academics, and an upcoming virtual symposium explores how those burdens have been especially onerous for women and are likely to carry long-term career implications. The free Symposium on the COVID Care Crisis and its Implications for Legal Academia takes place Thursday and Friday, and was the brainchild of Florida International University law professor Cyra Choudhury, Thomas Jefferson law professor Meera Deo, and Indiana University professor Shruti Rana.

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