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(Use and then Delete) Continuity of Services: Adjusting to Change

This guide covers: HUSL Library services, student and faculty resources, and coping with stress during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Adjusting to Change

ABA Lawyer Assistance Program

DC Lawyer Assistance Program: "A free, confidential program for D.C. Bar members, judges, and District law students who are experiencing problems, such as addiction, mental health symptoms, or stress, which interfere with their personal or professional lives."  Analogous programs organized by state can be found here.

Mental Health Resources for the Legal Profession During COVID-19

Online Learning: Strategies for Students

Before the Bar, ABA Law Student Division blog, has collected COVID-19 resources and information for law students including online learning tips, financial assistance available to students, and mental health resources.  Selected entries are included below.

Getting Started

Online Learning Tips

A Student Remote Learning Toolkit outlines tips for students who "suddenly need to learn online."  Modules include:

  • You, Learning Online
  • Do Yourself Favors
  • Find Your Support
  • Maximize Your Learning
  • Tame Your Tech
  • Build Your Network

Another guide written by a student offers practical tips in a streamlined, conversational approach.


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