The COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t sent students fleeing from law school.

The number of new first-year law students nationwide essentially held steady this fall, according to new figures released by the American Bar Association on Friday. There were 38,202 new students enrolled at the 197 ABA-approved law schools in the fall of 2020, down just slightly from 38,283 in 2019.

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