The pandemic forced a hastily arranged pivot to distance learning for law schools, but many said the experience showed them the benefits and feasibility of remote courses. And with law school faculties and the broader legal profession embracing remote working, law schools said they are considering adding additional remote courses to their curriculum post-pandemic.
However, an entirely remote J.D. program isn’t likely to happen anytime soon.
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