Law schools must do more to encourage, mentor, and engage first-generation law students to not only improve graduation rates, but also to improve law firm diversity, say William & Mary Law School Dean A. Benjamin Spencer and second-year law student Charleigh Kondas. They explain the work of the school’s First Generation Student Alliance, created as a place where students can freely discuss any struggles and questions.
US Law Week (Bloomberg Law) (February 15, 2022)
Spencer, A. Benjamin and Kondas, Charleigh, "Law Schools Must Do More to Retain First-Generation Students" (2022). Popular Media. 566.