Scenes of Life at UVA Law This Fall

Photos Show What Hybrid Learning Looks Like
Class in Caplin Pavilion

Students take a course in Caplin Pavilion seated 6 feet apart. Photos by Julia Davis and Sanjay Suchak

September 30, 2020

Midway through the fall semester, University of Virginia and Law School photographers Sanjay Suchak and Julia Davis share scenes of how life is continuing at the Law School during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Ashley Deeks teaches National Security Law in Caplin Pavilion

    Professor Ashley Deeks teaches National Security Law in Caplin Pavilion, an event space that now seats up to 48 students in a class.

  • Aditya Bamzai teaches an outdoor class

    Professor Aditya Bamzai recently met with some students from his Civil Procedure class in Spies Garden.

  • Paul Mahoney teaches Contracts

    Professor Paul Mahoney teaches Contracts in WB152.

  • Students talk in Scott Commons

    Students talk in Scott Commons outside of class.

  • Student using library

    Plexiglass allows for two students to sit at a desk, though traffic in the library has been lighter.

  • Richard Bonnie teaches in the Purcell Reading Room

    Professor Richard Bonnie ’69 teaches in the Purcell Reading Room, which has been converted from a study and event space into a classroom.

  • Risa Goluboff and Richard Schragger host Seminar in Ethical Values

    Dean Risa Goluboff and her husband Professor Richard Schragger hosted their Seminar in Ethical Values at their home in early September.

  • Student relaxes in Spies Garden

    Spies Garden continues to be a place where students study and take breaks between classes.

  • Room capacity sign

    Signs on classroom doors indicate the number of people allowed in a room.

  • Darryl Brown teaches in Caplin Auditorium

    Professor Darryl Brown ’90 teaches in Caplin Auditorium, a room typically used for major events in the past.

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