College of Law > Career Services > Employment Data > Class of 2014
In 2014, 286 students graduated from the College of Law*. For the Class of 2014, 81.5% of DePaul Law graduates seeking employment reported being employed as of ten months after graduation**. This percentage includes graduates reporting being employed in positions classified by the ABA as: bar passage required, JD advantage, professional, non-professional and undetermined.
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. Also included in the statistics provided here are those graduates who were not seeking employment, were holding deferred employment offers, enrolled in full-time degree programs, or were of unknown employment status.
Additional employment information for the Class of 2014 can be found in the
2014 ABA Placement Report.* The figures reported for the Class of 2014 include those students graduating in May 2014, July 2014, and December 2013 (per NALP guidelines).** Data from ABA Employment Summary Report for 2014 graduates. For the Class of 2014, the ABA and NALP changed the graduate employment reporting requirement from 9-months to 10-months post-graduation.