Maybe it’s the #MeToo movement or maybe it’s the Donald Trump presidency. For whatever reason, women seem super motivated about going to law school.

In fact, women now make up 52.4 percent of all students in ABA-approved law schools, based on 2018 data. That’s the third year in a row that they’ve constituted over a majority of law students (in 2017, they were at 51.3 percent).

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