Among an estimated 118 women elected and re-elected to Congress in Tuesday’s midterm elections, roughly one-third will be putting their law degrees to work in their new legislative duties.

The 37 lawyer-legislators are diverse in race, ethnicity, law schools and legal experiences. Thirteen of the 37 are first-time legislators who won open seats or unseated incumbents.

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