EFFECTIVE: Fall Semester 2020
Community Expectations Agreement 2020-21
As a student at BYU Law School, I agree:
To self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms and not enter the building while I experience any symptoms. I also agree to get tested for COVID-19 if I experience symptoms or have been exposed to COVID-19 and follow health care professionals’ advice on self-isolation until I receive results from that testing.
Report any positive testing results to BYU using the form on their website. In addition, I will also report any positive result to Dean Bryan Hamblin and coordinate with my professors regarding my coursework and attendance.
To maintain physical distance of six feet or more from others while on campus whenever possible.
To wear a face mask when inside the Law School building and outside on BYU campus if I am within six feet of others.
To employ good hygiene practices, including hand-washing, using hand sanitizer, and using disinfectant wipes in classrooms in my seating area.
To sit only in seats designated as available in classrooms and other settings in the Law School and to follow the Classroom Protocols.
To follow the Events Policy regarding the maximum number of attendees in any room used for Law School speakers and the maximum number of attendees for all law school co-curricular and club meetings.
To refrain from bringing guests, including family members, to the Law School unless granted an exception by Dean Bryan Hamblin.
10 Tips for Being a Successful Online Student
Back-to-School Equipment Checklist for Online Learners
Protocols for Classroom Seating
Protocols for Entering Classrooms
Protocols for Participating in Class
Protocols for Exiting Classrooms
Protocols for Between Classes
Protocols for Office Hours and TA and Student Advisor Meetings
Class Attendance Policy
In-person First-year Classes
Online First-year Classes
In-person 2L/3L Classes
Online 2L/3L Classes
Career Development Office Operating Policies
Career Development Office Protocol
Protocols for Career Advice for Students
Protocols for CDO Staff Member Events with Students
 Dave Colton, whose office is located in the Law & Religion Center, will use the same procedures, but may use the Law & Religion Center conference room rather than the CDO conference room if he so chooses and it does not interfere with activities of the Center.
Law Library Policies
Meeting & Event Policy for Faculty & Staff
Law School Events
Faculty & Staff Meetings
Food Served at Faculty & Staff Meetings
Activities Held Outside the Law School
Meeting & Event Policy for Students