Bright Spots Amid Glum Jobs Outlook

Top law schools place their graduates, but elsewhere "the future remains grim."

, The National Law Journal


Top law schools are able to place most of their graduates in associate positions, but elsewhere the future remains grim according to employment stats released last week by the American Bar Association.

Originally appeared in print as Law Grads Confront Law of Supply and Demand

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  • Gary Rosin

    California is a tough market. In your chart for the top unemployed, 6 of the top 7, and 9 of the top 20, schools were in California. In your chart for the top underemployed, 6 of the top 7, and 10 of the top 20, school were in California.

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