During the past week, two law deans—one at Emory University School of Law and the other at Mitchell Hamline School of Law—announced plans to step down in 2024.

In a very personal letter to the school’s alumni, Anthony S. Niedwiecki, president and dean of Mitchell Hamline Law, announced that he decided not to ask for a second contract for when his current contract ends in June 2024.

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