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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

2010 Employment Data: Law School Funded Jobs

ABA LogoFollowing up on yesterday's post, ABA Releases Class of 2010 Placement Data: here are the fifty law schools with the most school-funded jobs nine months after graduation by number, percentage of students with jobs, and percentage of students (the full spreadsheet with data for all 200 law schools is here):

Rank

School

School Funded Jobs

1

FORDHAM

73

 

GEORGETOWN

73

3

FLORIDA COASTAL

59

 

CARDOZO

59

5

UC-HASTINGS

58

6

McGEORGE

54

7

UCLA

41

 

TEMPLE

41

9

MINNESOTA

40

 

VIRGINIA

40

11

MICHIGAN STATE

37

12

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

35

 

MIAMI

35

14

SAN FRANCISCO

30

15

HARVARD

29

 

NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL

29

17

HOFSTRA

27

18

BOSTON COLLEGE

26

 

GEORGE WASHINGTON

26

 

JOHN MARSHALL

26

21

NOTRE DAME

25

22

CUNY

24

 

TEXAS

24

24

CHAPMAN

23

 

DENVER

23

 

LEWIS & CLARK

23

27

NYU

22

 

PACE

22

 

VANDERBILT

22

30

FLORIDA

21

31

EMORY

20

 

GOLDEN GATE

20

 

ILLINOIS

20

 

MARYLAND

20

35

AMERICAN

19

 

CHICAGO-KENT

19

 

YALE

19

38

CASE WESTERN

18

 

GEORGE MASON

18

 

SAN DIEGO

18

41

NORTHEASTERN

17

 

OHIO STATE

17

 

USC

17

 

ST. LOUIS

17

45

LOYOLA-L.A.

16

46

SANTA CLARA

14

 

ST. JOHN'S

14

48

PENNSYLVANIA

13

 

WASHINGTON &  LEE

13

 

WASHINGTON U.

13

 

Rank

School

% of Total Jobs

1

CUNY

23.53%

2

McGEORGE

20.77%

3

SAN FRANCISCO

19.23%

4

CARDOZO

18.21%

5

CHAPMAN

17.42%

6

FLORIDA COASTAL

17.10%

7

GOLDEN GATE

17.09%

8

UC-HASTINGS

16.57%

9

NOTRE DAME

15.92%

10

FORDHAM

15.87%

11

MINNESOTA

15.33%

12

TEMPLE

15.07%

13

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

14.77%

14

PHOENIX

14.29%

15

PACE

13.58%

16

LEWIS & CLARK

13.45%

17

UCLA

12.73%

18

MICHIGAN STATE

12.13%

19

VANDERBILT

11.89%

20

ILLINOIS

11.76%

21

GEORGETOWN

11.76%

22

WASHINGTON &  LEE

11.71%

23

VIRGINIA

10.90%

24

BOSTON COLLEGE

10.83%

25

NORTHEASTERN

10.18%

26

YALE

10.00%

27

USC

9.55%

28

OHIO STATE

9.50%

29

CASE WESTERN

9.38%

30

MIAMI

9.07%

31

EMORY

9.01%

32

CINCINNATI

8.93%

33

GEORGE MASON

8.41%

34

HOFSTRA

8.41%

35

WAKE FOREST

8.21%

36

DENVER

8.04%

37

CHICAGO-KENT

7.79%

38

OREGON

7.75%

39

JOHN MARSHALL

7.72%

40

MARYLAND

7.58%

41

NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL

7.13%

42

QUINNIPIAC

7.06%

43

TEXAS

6.88%

44

UC-DAVIS

6.70%

45

FLORIDA

6.40%

46

SAN DIEGO

6.34%

47

ST. LOUIS

6.32%

48

WASHINGTON U.

5.99%

49

NEW MEXICO

5.95%

50

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL

5.88%

 

Rank

School

% of Class

1

CUNY

19.05%

2

McGEORGE

17.53%

3

SAN FRANCISCO

16.76%

4

CARDOZO

15.40%

5

FORDHAM

14.87%

6

NOTRE DAME

14.53%

7

MINNESOTA

14.08%

8

TEMPLE

13.90%

9

UC-HASTINGS

13.78%

10

FLORIDA COASTAL

13.63%

11

CHAPMAN

13.45%

12

PHOENIX

13.04%

13

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

12.82%

14

UCLA

11.85%

15

LEWIS & CLARK

11.50%

16

GOLDEN GATE

11.49%

17

GEORGETOWN

11.28%

18

VANDERBILT

10.89%

19

VIRGINIA

10.70%

20

MICHIGAN STATE

10.63%

21

WASHINGTON & LEE

10.57%

22

ILLINOIS

10.26%

23

PACE

9.87%

24

BOSTON COLLEGE

9.81%

25

YALE

9.18%

26

NORTHEASTERN

8.81%

27

USC

8.72%

28

OHIO STATE

8.42%

29

GEORGE MASON

8.11%

30

CASE WESTERN

8.07%

31

EMORY

7.87%

32

CINCINNATI

7.75%

33

HOFSTRA

7.67%

34

MIAMI

7.58%

35

MARYLAND

7.07%

36

CHICAGO-KENT

7.06%

37

WAKE FOREST

6.83%

38

JOHN MARSHALL

6.77%

39

DENVER

6.63%

40

UC-DAVIS

6.19%

41

QUINNIPIAC

6.19%

42

TEXAS

6.12%

43

OREGON

6.04%

44

NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL

6.03%

45

SAN DIEGO

5.59%

46

FLORIDA

5.47%

47

NEW MEXICO

5.43%

48

ST. LOUIS

5.35%

49

FLORIDA

5.30%

50

GEORGE WASHINGTON

5.08%

Update: Paul Campos (Colorado), ABA Releases Employment Data for Class of 2010

http://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2012/04/2010-placement.html

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