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Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University. Photo: Cardozo School of Law/Facebook Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University. (Photo: Cardozo School of Law/Facebook)

We, the tens of thousands who graduated law school in the Class of 2020, completed our legal education at a time of unprecedented crisis. During our final semester, the worst pandemic in more than a century swept through the country. Amid suffering and uncertainty, we found ways to stay connected to one another and to complete our education. Many of us balanced our studies against new obligations: sharing space, caring for our children and our elders, and mourning people we lost. We are proud to be members of a graduating class with so much resilience and poise.

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