We're getting the first information on the actual size of the law school Class of 2017 entering this fall. Overall, the number of applicants declined by about 12.3% from last year.
An article in the George Washington Hatchet gives us this:
GW - up 80 to 484
NYU - down 10 to 440
Virginia - down 20 to 336
Duke - up 1.4% (presumably up 3 to 211)
Vanderbilt - up 1 to 175
Independently, comparing to last year's numbers located in the LSAC Official Guide, I've found that New York Law School seems to have contracted: down 120 to 326. Yale is at down 5 to 199. Berkeley is up 23 to 286. Washington and Lee is down 76 to 111. Nebraska down 7 to 127. Albany is down 15 to 187. William and Mary is up 31 to 227.