According to Prof. Derek Muller of Pepperdine University's School of Law, 10 percent of law school enrollment is in one of the variety of non-J.D. programs. For non-lawyer types, this means that 1 in 10 students in law school have no intent to eventually become a lawyer.
There has been a very steady increase in the number of students attending law school in the non-J.D. programs. What should we make of all of this?