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My law school is in-person this spring but is offering full-virtual accommodations for students that need it (not necessarily disability-related). Half of my classes are virtual already, and I really don't want to be in giant lecture halls for the other classes. I don't have any legit reasons for a virtual accommodation other than being nervous about the virus and having an annoying commute between my virtual and in-person classes. Does anyone have an idea of how lenient these virtual accommodations are, or have you had any success getting one for similar reasons?
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This is going to be entirely school specific. I’d just ask people at your school (or just ask the appropriate admin directly).