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LEAD Students visit Kansas Supreme Court

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On Thursday, October 27th, 2016, Daralyn Gordon Arata, Coordinator of the Office of Pre-Law Advising at Kansas State University and Professor Lumen Mulligan of the University of Kansas School of Law took 23 undergraduate LEAD students on an excursion to the Kansas Supreme Court. Taylore Schamberger, Taylor Stewart, Ashlyn Shultz, Katherine Schmitt, and Hunter Johnson were among the K-State students who participated. The students were able to sit in during the court proceedings and have lunch with Justice Beyer, Justice Stegel, and Justice Nuss. 

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