Which law schools are tops for jobs?

ABA statistics show little improvement in the job market.

The National Law Journal

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The American Bar Association breaks down the types of jobs law school graduates have landed and whether they are full-time, long-term or short-term positions, and identifies the three states where graduates of each law school were most likely to find work.

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  • Brooke McDonald

    Thanks for providing all the statistics. 2013 is looking grim if the past is going to repeat itself in the employment realm for new grads. I work for a Minneapolis bankruptcy law firm and we often talk about how much the job market has changed for attorneys in the last few decades. It's much harder to break in now, and even starting your own practice as an alternative to finding a job is hard to do and succeed at.

  • Michelle Alexander

    Glad to see my school Univ. of Baltimore, made one of these lists. What is not on the list however is the number of my classmates who are now Judges, Senators and in other political or State positions. I myself am winding down a successful solo career in family law to pursue other business ventures. But law gives you a great foundation for so many careers.

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