Students who participated in a recent study about how the pandemic has impacted higher education across the globe generally had a less favorable opinion about online learning in 2021 compared to the previous year.

The study focused on college students, not law students, but its findings could be instructive for legal educators as they continue to mull whether and how to continue offering remote education options post-pandemic. A useful takeaway from the studies show both undergraduate and law students seek engaging content and assignments, regardless of where class is physically located.

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