Law school could use an image boost, at least among college students.

A new study of undergraduate attitudes about law school confirms that the proportion of those students who are interested in getting a law degree and pursuing a legal career is on the wane. Just 6% of the college seniors surveyed in 2017 said they intended to go to law school, down from 10% a decade earlier. (Those figures come from the College Senior Survey, which is administered by the University of California, Los Angeles’ Higher Education Research Institute.)

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