Friday, March 29, 2013
Law schools reported that 56.2% of graduates of the class of 2012 were employed in long-term, full-time positions where bar passage was required, compared with 54.9% for the class of 2011 — a 1.3 percentage point increase. In addition, 9.5% of graduates of the class of 2012 were employed in long-term, full-time JD Advantage positions, compared with 8.1% for the class of 2011 — a 1.4 percentage point increase. Schools reported outcomes for 97% of their 2012 graduates.
- Overall data
- School-by-school data
- ABA Journal, Barely Half of All 2012 Law Grads Have Long-term, Full-time Legal Jobs, Data Shows
- Law School Transparency, Law School Graduates Continue to Face Brutal Entry-Level Market
- National Law Journal, Law Graduates' Jobs Rate—and Unemployment Rate—Increase Only Slightly
(Hat Tip: Gary Rosin.)