Some law schools fared much worse than others as enrollment declined last year, according to data released by the American Bar Association.

Thirteen law schools saw 1L enrollment drop by 30 percent or more in the span of 12 months, while an additional 27 recorded declines of 20 to 30 percent. In all, 132 of the 199 ABA-accredited law schools saw declines in their 1L classes, while eight schools saw no change in new enrollment.

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