Dear (soon-to-be) graduates:
Congratulations to each of you and your classmates!
The journey through law school is a long one with much hard work. It is meant to be a challenge, and it has been. This semester’s ending has added an unanticipated layer of difficulty and sadness as it means we are not together right now to celebrate your graduation, or even your last day of classes. This unprecedented pandemic has turned the world on its head, but it should not take away from recognizing your years of tireless effort, all you have accomplished during that time, and all you will go on to be. We are very proud of you.
Though you face uncertainty in the months to come, your dedication to doing your best, your work ethic, and your compassion will carry you through the bar and onto great professional accomplishments. We believe in you.
We look forwarding to celebrating with you virtually on May 22. We also look forward to the day when we can celebrate your accomplishments again in person with you and your loved ones. We will be there.
Congratulations Class of 2020!
We applaud you!
The Faculty and Staff of Scalia Law