Several law schools revert to online classes as COVID-19 infections surge
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Several law schools are requiring students to attend classes online for the first several weeks of January, according to a report by Reuters.
Schools are going back to online learning as COVID-19 infections surge, fueled by the omicron variant.
According to Reuters, these schools are among those that plan to begin the semester online:
• Harvard Law School
• Stanford Law School
• The New York University School of Law
• The University of California at Los Angeles
• The University of Illinois College of Law
• The Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law
• The University of California at Irvine School of Law
Some universities are also requiring COVID-19 booster shots for students, including the NYU School of Law, the Northwestern University law school and UCLA, according to Reuters.