The coronavirus epidemic has transformed law school as we know it, with many schools transitioning to virtual classes, pass/fail grading systems, and delayed OCI schedules. Nobody is entirely certain when law school life will return to "normal" or what will happen next. If you are a law student just beginning your career, this uncertainty can feel particularly overwhelming. But you are not alone. Explore this page for advice and resources on such areas as:
- Remote classes
- Virtual study groups
- Tools and apps to build efficiency
- Job search strategies
- And more
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How To Make The Most Impact In A Virtual Workplace as a Summer Associate
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