As COVID-19 swept into Washington state in early 2020, the UW School of Law faced an uncertain road ahead amid evolving health guidelines and statewide pandemic-response efforts.

When the University of Washington announced it was moving to remote instruction for spring quarter in March, it became clear to students that the months ahead would be like nothing they had ever experienced.

The UW's first full pandemic-impacted quarter has been one of profound challenges, swift adjustments, and inspiring acts of support and kindness that underscore the strength and resilience of the law school community.

With spring coming to a close, UW Law students share what life is like during law school in the time of COVID-19.