Anthony Niedwiecki spent time behind bars this month.

But the Mitchell Hamline School of Law dean wasn’t visiting clinic clients or touring the prison facilities for educational purposes. He was proctoring the Law School Admission Test for two law school hopefuls who happen to be inmates in Minnesota prisons. The school believes the April 10 and 11 exams are the first time the LSAT has been administered from within a prison.

Mitchell Hamline School of Law Dean Anthony Niedwiecki. Courtesy photo

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