Law School COVID-19 updates

What to do if you're displaying COVID-19 symptoms or receive a positive test result

Law students, faculty and staff, whether or not they have been on campus, should immediately report their illness to the Campus Health Center

Commencement

Wayne Law's Commencement ceremony will be held virtually on Thursday, May 13, at 6 p.m. EST. December graduates, and May and August candidates for graduation, are receiving communications directly from the Law School. The graduates will be provided with information to share with family and friends who would like to participate.

Online classes

All classes are online for the winter 2021 semester. Most professors are using Zoom. If you are having issues with Zoom or have a question about the application, please email lawonline@wayne.edu.

Administrative offices

All administrative offices remain open remotely, and meetings can be arranged to take place on the phone or via Zoom. You can contact all offices using the information listed on this online directory.

Law Library

The Arthur Neef Law Library is open in person only to faculty, staff and students. To use the Law Library, you must make a reservation and take the Campus Daily Screener before coming to campus. For additional resources or more information, visit the Law Library's website.

COVID-19 Townhall series

Wayne Law hosted a series of virtual town halls. View the recordings here

Faculty expert on COVID-19 (for the media)

Associate Professor Lance Gable

Wayne State resources

General University resources are available at wayne.edu/coronavirus. Please note that University information related to exams, classes, grades, etc., generally does NOT apply to the Law School or to Law School students. Students should wait to hear from the Law School administration or reach out with questions.

General questions: lawsao@wayne.edu

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