Judy Perry Martinez talks about coronavirus’ impact on the bar exam and law students

ABA President Judy Perry Martinez addresses the Young Lawyers Division Assembly during the gavel passing at the 2019 ABA Annual Meeting.

ABA President Judy Perry Martinez addresses the Young Lawyers Division Assembly during the gavel passing at the 2019 ABA Annual Meeting.

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This is an unparalleled time of fully online classes, uncertain bar exam dates, and other unprecedented challenges facing law students. To help students make sense of the current environment, ABA President Judy Perry Martinez and ABA Law Student Division Chair Johnnie Q. Nguyen held a live Q&A session on Facebook in April.

Learn what the ABA is doing to address the new challenges arising from COVID-19 and those existing ones that the pandemic has exposed.

Some of the topics President Martinez talks about with Johnnie:

For more information on studying in law school during the pandemic, see these study tips from the Law Student Division. The LSD is also tracking changes to the bar exam schedules for each state.

This article originally appeared on Before the Bar, the blog of the ABA Law Student Division.