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Law school applications may be scarcer than they’ve been in years, but—at Georgetown, the University of Virginia, and George Washington University—the applicant pool is still pretty crowded. So reports U.S. News & World Report.

The number of law school applicants dropped from half a million to about 385,000 in the autumn of 2013. The average number of full-time applications per school was 1,891 that year. Georgetown, the University of Virginia, and George Washington University received 7,257; 6,048; and 6,005 applications, respectively.

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