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There Are Now More Women In Law School Than Ever Before - Women and the Law News

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Women and the Law News

Posted on: Jul 10, 2018

From Above the Law

Women are breaking barriers in the legal profession each and every day, and law school enrollment is no different.

In 2016, women outnumbered men in law school classrooms for the first time on record. Last year was similar, with 2017 data revealing that women’s enrollment as law students once again outpaced that of their male colleagues. This means that for the second year in a row, there are more women learning the law than ever before — which is amazing.

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