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Law school graduate holds mini graduation for classmates in the age of coronavirus

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Law school graduate holds mini graduation for classmates in the age of coronavirus (Alexandra Lenczewski/Instagram)

WASHINGTON (SBG) -- Alexandra Lenczewski's law school graduation was canceled due to COVID-19, but she didn't want her fellow classmates to miss out on cherishing this moment.

She decided to print and cut out 300 student photos of the graduates from the school's student directory and line them up alphabetically in her backyard.

"I wanted to do whatever I personally could do to ensure that each and every graduating student felt acknowledged for the years of time, tireless effort and tremendous amount of dedication that they all put into earning their law degrees," Lenczewski told Sinclair Broadcast Group. "It was very important to me that every student would be able to pause and find themselves in the class."

Lenczewski, who is graduating from Brooklyn Law School, says that the set up took a long time but it was all worth it to make sure all her fellow graduates enjoy their achievements.

On Instagram, Lenczewski exclaimed "CONGRATULATIONS to Brooklyn Law School Graduates, Class of 2020!????????????WE DID IT!!!"

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