A Law School Transparency report on employment outcomes for the Class of 2016 scores the Kline School of Law 26th among U.S. law schools.
The report is based on the percentage of graduates who found full-time, long-term jobs for which bar passage is required with law firms, corporations, government agencies or public-interest organizations. LST’s methodology excludes solo practitioners.
Based on that methodology, the Kline School of Law tallied a 75.5 percent employment rate, putting it in 26th place among 203 law schools.
The LST score highlights the value of a JD earned at the Kline School of Law, where each student accrues hundreds of hours of experience in legal practice through co-op and clinic placements and pro bono service that also help them forge connections with employers.