College of Law > Career Services > Employment Data > Class of 2011
In 2011, 319 students graduated from the College of Law*. Of those students, 308 (96.6%) provided information in response to the graduate employment surveys. Not all graduates shared salary information or provided answers to all survey questions.
For the Class of 2011, 78.3% of all graduates seeking employment reported being employed as of nine months after graduation. This figure excludes graduates who reported that they were not seeking employment at the time of the survey, graduates enrolled in a full-time degree program, and graduates whose status was unknown. The employment statistics requested by the ABA and NALP, and provided here, include all employment, whether it is in the legal industry or in non-legal sectors, and also include full-time, part-time, long-term or short-term employment.
Additional employment information for the Class of 2011 can be found in the
2012 ABA Placement Report.
Data from 2011 NALP Summary Report. The figures above exclude the 11 graduates whose status was unknown.
Data from 2011 NALP Summary Report.
*The ABA defines a job of this type as one for which a JD is required or preferred; it may also include a job for which the JD degree provides a demonstrable and significant advantage in obtaining or performing the job, even when that job does not involve the practice of law in a direct fashion.