REUTERS — It’s back to remote learning for some law schools—at least temporarily. A growing number of universities in recent days have announced they’re reverting to online classes for the first several weeks of January in hopes of minimizing the spread of COVID-19, which has surged in many places with the arrival of the highly contagious Omicron variant. Harvard Law School; Stanford Law School; New York University School of Law; the University of California at Los Angeles; the University of Illinois College of Law; Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law; and the University of California, Irvine School of Law are among those that will begin the semester online, with plans to shift to in-person instruction later in January or at the start of February. In addition some universities, including NYU, Northwestern and UCLA, are requiring all eligible students to have received a COVID-19 booster shot before coming back on campus.