- 55.1% of 2012 graduates were employed in full-time, long-term lawyer jobs (excluding jobs funded by the law schools);
- 27.7% were either underemployed (short-term or part-time job, or non-professional) or not employed (unemployed or pursuing an additional degree);
- Only 12.2% of graduates are employed in big law firms (defined as having at least 101 lawyers).
See LST for school profiles and comparison charts.
LST's executive director, Kyle McEntee is providing a real service and deserves a big pat on the back.