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Thursday, June 12, 2014

Law School Rankings: Judicial Clerkships

Robert Morse (Director of Data Research, U.S. News & World Report), Grads of These Law Schools Get the Most Judicial Clerkships:

U.S. News has just published two exclusive clerkship lists of law schools using data from our 2015 Best Law Schools rankings for the 2012 J.D. graduating class. The first list shows which ranked law schools have the largest proportion of their employed 2012 graduates working at judicial clerkships with federal judges. The second list shows which ranked law schools have the largest proportion of their employed 2012 graduates working at clerkships with judges at the state and local levels.

 

School (US News Rank)

Fed. Clerkship %

School (US News Rank)

St. & Local Clerkship %

1

Yale (1)

36.3%

Rutgers-Camden (81)

42.0%

2

Stanford (3)

29.1%

Rutgers-Newark

33.2%

3

Harvard (2)

18.5%

Seton Hall (68)

33.1%

4

Chicago (4)

15.0%

Hawaii (100)

28.0%

5

Duke (10)

14.3%

South Dakota (145)

20.6%

6

Vanderbilt (16)

12.6%

UNLV (83)

19.5%

7

Virginia (8)

12.6%

South Carolina (93)

19.4%

8

Notre Dame (26)

11.0%

Colorado (43)

19.0%

9

Pennsylvania (7)

10.6%

Oregon (100)

17.7%

10

Georgia (29)

10.3%

Howard (135)

17.6%

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Comments

The obvious solution is for students at Ivy League law schools to transfer to Rutgers.

Posted by: michael livingston | Jun 13, 2014 5:41:10 AM

It's not a coincidence that the top three state and local clerkship schools are all in NJ.

Posted by: Former Editor | Jun 13, 2014 11:01:16 AM