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Saturday, March 1, 2014

Law School Rankings by Net Bar Passage Required, Full-time, Long-term Jobs

Gary Rosin (South Texas) nets out law-school funded jobs from the reported jobs in the Bar Passage Required, Full-time, Long-term category.  He identifies the 27 law schools that added at least one percentage point to their reported Bar Passage Required, Full-time, Long-term employment rate, due to law school funded jobs, led by George Washington's whopping 20.7%.  He also ranks the 197 law schools by their net Bar Passage Required, Full-time, Long-term employment rate after subtracting out law school funded jobs, led by Penn (#1, with 92%), down to Golden Gate (#197, with 22%).  Here are the Top 20:

Top 20

The average rate is 55.5%.  The breakdown by decile is:

1:    90%+
10:  80-89%
17:  70-79%
51:  60-69%
54:  50-59%
42:  40-49%
15:  30-39%
7:    20-29%

Six of the thirteen schools with the lowest net Bar Passage Required, Full-time, Long-term employment rate are in California.

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Comments

LOL (as the kidies would say) at this Rosin guy...The same analysis, more or less, has been available for a long time at Lawschooltransparency - http://www.lstscorereports.com/?r=other

Rosin: get the memo next time : )

Posted by: Anon | Mar 1, 2014 2:10:05 PM