With the delta variant of COVID-19 spreading across the U.S., law schools have had to navigate a highly fluid situation while also thinking about how to prepare students for a changing legal landscape.

This week, we sat down for a phone call with Fordham Law School Dean Matthew Diller to talk about the process of managing fall return-to-campus plans, in addition to the school’s surprising increase in applicants and changes in legal education moved forward by the pandemic.

“Excited to Be Coming Back”

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