Paul L. Caron

Saturday, April 29, 2023

University Of Arizona Law School Shifts Classes And Final Exams Online Due To Alleged Threat, UArizona Law Classes, Exams Go Remote Due to Alleged Threats:

Arizona (2023)For the second time this month, the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law was forced to cancel in-person classes—including switching final exams to remote—due to alleged threats.

In-person classes were cancelled through Wednesday and were being held online—similar to what happened on April 10 through April 12—local news stations, including KGUN9, have been reporting.

The closure comes out of “an abundance of caution,” University of Arizona President Dr. Robert Robbins told KGUN9. ...

The person who precipitated these events that began on Monday, April 10, has been barred from campus. ...

A UArizona Law spokesperson said the school is not releasing additional details at this time.

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