ABA website updates data on law school admissions?

Information about fall 2021 admissions and other matters reported by American Bar Association-approved law schools to the ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar is publicly available. The information is required to be made public under Standard 509 of the Standards and Rules of Procedure for Approval of Law Schools.
The spreadsheets, explanatory information and the ABA’s database of Standard 509 reports, as they are known, are available at www.abarequireddisclosures.org. Some of this information has been collected and summarized on the section’s website (www.americanbar.org/groups/legal _education) in its Statistics section under 2021 Standard 509 Data Overview. It shows that total J.D. enrollment for 2021 was up by 2.6% from the previous year. First-year enrollment increased by 4,516 students, an increase of 11.8%.

The material is collected by the section, which requires law schools each year to disclose data in several categories, covering admissions, tuition and living costs, financial aid, class and faculty demographics, employment outcomes, bar passage and other areas. The data can be easily searched and sorted, allowing for school-by-school comparisons and analysis and should be useful to prospective law students, pre-law advisors, media outlets and others who study and write about legal education.

Employment and bar passage outcomes are collected and reported separately. Release of updated bar passage data for 2021 bar examination outcomes is usually reported in February or March.
Employment outcomes, which report employment for the class of 2021, are typically released in April.