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Law school enrollment for first-year law students essentially was flat in the fall of 2007, with the number of men enrolled falling by 2% and the number of women rising 2.4%, according to the American Bar Association (ABA). Total enrollment for students seeking juris doctor degrees rose by 2.9%, from 141,031 to 141,433 students attending the 196 law schools accredited by the ABA. First-year minority students enrolled in juris doctor programs increased 0.9%, but as a percentage of the first-year class, they dropped from 22.4% to 22.3%. Among all students enrolled in J.D. programs, 75,383 were men and 66,050 were women.

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