The National Law Journal has ranked the Kline School of Law #30 on its list of Top 50 Law Schools, based on employment outcomes for the Class of 2016.
The ranking, based on data law schools report to the American Bar Association, reflects placements for ’16 graduates in full-time, long-term jobs that require bar passage and were not funded by the school, a category that the May 17 article calls “the gold standard for lawyer jobs.”
More than 75.5 percent of the Kline School of Law’s Class of 2016 belong in this “gold standard” category.
“We’re pleased, but not surprised to see this result,” Dean Daniel Filler said. “Our Office of Career Strategies is very attuned to students’ needs as they navigate the job-search process, and our co-op, clinic and pro bono programs ensure that students graduate with experience and skills that make them very attractive to employers.”