April 28, 2008
National Law Journal's Employment Trends Study
The National Law Journal has published a special issue on employment trends, finding to no one's surprise that higher ranked law schools send more graduates to the NLJ Top 250 law firms. Chart of Placement of Graduates from the Top 100 Law Schools [pdf].
- Hiring more deeply into top schools
Twenty law schools sent 54.9% of their 2007 graduates to NLJ 250 law firms, more than in 2006.
- What rankings don't say about costly choices
Some students should consider lower-ranked schools that offer more grants, better opportunities.
By William D. Henderson (indiana) and Andrew P. Morriss (Illinois)
Hat tip to Adjunct Law Prof Blog. [JH]
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