How can you measure a law school’s worth, aside from the bar passage rates of its graduates? If you’re seriously considering investing in a law degree, then another telling sign of a school’s success — or lack thereof — is its employment rate. Generally speaking, law schools with high full-time, long-term employment rates are preferred over law schools where graduates struggle to find work as attorneys.
But which law schools had the highest percentage of graduates employed in full-time, long-term jobs where bar passage is required or a J.D. is considered an advantage? Thanks to U.S. News, there’s a ranking for that.
As you may have guessed, the law schools with the best job prospects are some of the usual suspects,