When the 114th Congress convenes Tuesday, the U.S. Capitol will be a little less lawyerly. But not by much.

Members of Congress holding J.D.s will sit in 160 of the House of Representatives’ 435 seats and 53 of the Senate’s 100. At the start of the 113th Congress, the House included 169 members with law degrees; the Senate had 57.

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