The dual winners of Wolters Kluwer’s second annual Leading Edge Prize for Education took two very different approaches to the challenges facing the next generation of law students—but both walked away with a $10,000 prize.

Spearheaded by Dean Carla Pratt at Washburn University School of Law and Camille deJorna, deputy for legal and global higher education at the Law School Admission Council, the winning project, named “The Underrepresented Experience: How Low Income and Minority Students Successfully Navigate the First Year of Law School” will examine how the support of a small cohort of students from similar backgrounds can impact law school success.

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