FAMU College of Law Dean Deidré Keller announced earlier this week that all classes will continue to be taught online during the Fall 2020 semester. The decision was made in accordance with the recommendation of the College of Law Reopening Task Force.
The Task Force considered a number of issues regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, including current outbreak numbers, the influx of students moving to Central Florida, health risks, student concerns, class sizes, classroom sizes, and the actions of public schools, universities and colleges.
FAMU Law shifted to online instruction on March 23, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Fall classes begin Monday, August 10 and the law school had planned to deliver courses using a hybrid model, with some classes taught in the classroom under strict sanitation requirements, and others taught online.