The American Bar Association released law schools’ 509s Reports for 2021 on Wednesday, and while it’s no shock that enrollment for 2021 far exceeded enrollment for 2020, what does seem surprising is that the number of schools that accepted applicants based on Graduate Record Examination appears much lower when compared to 2020 509 Reports.

When generated a report for all ABA-accredited schools, it found only 12 law schools had GRE-enrolled students in 2021 as compared to 21 schools in 2022.

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