Women are holding their own academically in law schools, but their quality of life outside the classroom lags behind that of their male classmates.

That’s according the latest Law School Survey of Student Engagement, which is based on responses from 18,000 law students at 70 schools across the country. Women law students on average exercise and socialize less than men, and—crucially—they tend to get less sleep.

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