Coping with COVID: How Law Schools Are Educating Students and Fostering Community

Jun 9, 2020 | Podcast Series - Coping with COVID

ALI Podcast series - Coping with COVID - presents - Law Schools
ALI Podcast series – Coping with COVID – presents – Law Schools

In this third installmentof the “Coping with COVID” series, ALI President David F. Levi is joined by six law school deans to discuss how their schools are adjusting to remote learning, including adapting experimental classes, clinics, and other hands-on courses to the online format. The deans also discuss how law schools are responding to the crisis by adjusting their admissions processes and re-allocating resources, all while maintaining a normal level of scholarly exchange and excitement. The panel also looks ahead to when schools may re-open as well as the effects of the pandemic on students outside of the classroom, including views on summer and permanent positions as well as bar exams.

Reasonably Speaking features interviews with legal experts on some of the most important legal topics of our time. This podcast is part of an ongoing series, Coping with COVID. Each episode takes you through the law in action, beyond courtrooms and casebooks. To view the full selection of American Law Institute’s podcast series, click here.