William S. Boyd School of Law - Employment Statistics

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Employment Statistics

62.5% of the Class of 2011 were known to be employed in long-term, full-time legal jobs (excepting solo practitioners) nine months after graduation. 18% of the Class of 2011 were employed in part-time or short-term jobs, unemployed and seeking employment or pursuing additional education. The employment status of 0.8% of the Class of 2011 was unknown. 3.1% of the Class of 2011 obtained a federal clerkship. 1.6% of the Class of 2011 were known to be employed in law firms of 101 attorneys or more. 8.6% of the Class of 2011 were known to be employeed in full-time, long-term government or public interest jobs. 0% of the Class of 2011 were employed in school funded jobs.

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