How To Evaluate The Rise In Legal Employment

Law360 (July 12, 2019, 1:58 PM EDT) -- The employment outcome data for the law school graduating class of 2018, as reported by the American Bar Association in May 2019,[1] offered a glimmer of hope for law students and law schools alike.

Any sign of reversal in the downward trend in the legal market ought to signal a bright spot to prospective and current law students. And while it may be too early to prognosticate what the next set of data will show, much can be gleaned from the current information.  

According to the ABA employment outcomes data, 77.8% of 2018 graduates secured long-term, full-time positions requiring bar...

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