Thursday, November 1, 2012

Employment Outcomes for Law Schools, Organized by Region

This looks to be a useful resource.  One important caveat, however:  the "under-employed" category includes JD graduates pursuing an advanced degree, which has the unfortunate effect of treating JD/PhD candidates as "under-employed," since many finish the JD before the PhD.  That no doubt explains the anomalously high under-employment rates for Yale  (6.3%), Harvard (5.5%), Chicago (3.9%) and Stanford (3.6%), among others.

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