The two law schools in New Orleans will resume classes next semester with more than three-quarters of their students returning to the still-ravaged city.

At Tulane University Law School, 82 percent of its students plan to come back, said Lawrence Ponoroff, the school’s dean. At Loyola University New Orleans School of Law, 77 percent of its students are returning, said Dean Brian Bromberger. The law schools will start classes on Jan. 9.

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