Wherein "Law School Refugee" Takes On A Whole New Meeting

Both the Tulane and Loyola law schools in New Orleans are shut down for the fall semester (if not longer). In response, almost every law school in the nation has opened their doors to displaced students.

Blogs have been set up as information clearinghouses for both Tulane Law and Loyola Law students; Tulane students have also set up a Google Group for the diaspora.

Legal Blog Watch reports that all the professors at Tulane and Loyola are accounted for, and Susan Crawford (one supposes that I should refer to her as Professor Crawford, as I’m in her class this semester) muses that this could provide a real-world test for the virtual law school.

If any displaced law school students want to know more about going to school in New York or my school in particular, please drop me a line.