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Columbia Takes the Lead

Columbia led the way as large-firm hiring grew during the past year.

, The National Law Journal

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Columbia Law School
Columbia Law School

We also asked law firms where their new partners came from, and Harvard Law School once again had the largest number of associates-turned-partners in 2013. Chicago-based Kirkland & Ellis reported the largest class of new associates at 157.

Contact Karen Sloan at ksloan@alm.com.

 

THE TOP 10
Rank Law school Percent of graduates
at NLJ 250 firms
1 Columbia Law School 65.45%
2 New York University School of Law 54.93%
3 Harvard Law School 53.55%
4 University of Chicago Law School 53.02%
5 University of Pennsylvania Law School 52.51%
6 Northwestern University School of Law 51.05%
7 Duke Law School 48.55%
8 Stanford Law School 47.09%
9 Cornell Law School 45.08%
10 University of California, Berkeley School of Law 44.85%

 

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