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Re: Past Employment Statistics

Postby LawStudents42014 » Fri Apr 04, 2014 11:23 am

The ABA Employment Summary says it all.
Unfortunately, the most recent report is from 2012.

You can choose to search by law school or download the nifty spreadsheet outlining all the law schools' data based on type of employment, number of graduates versus number of employed grads, etc.

Enjoy. http://employmentsummary.abaquestionnaire.org/

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Re: Past Employment Statistics

Postby Glacial » Fri Apr 08, 2016 8:21 pm

I was wondering what the available ABA employment reports would say about the T-14 schools. So I looked into the most competitive placements, Biglaw and judicial clerkship, compared to the overall class size. The compiled data covers a 5-year period, from 2010 to 2014. Would you say that it challenges the conventional T-14 tiers, in particular the CCN group, which appears to be rather CCP or CCNP, given Penn's solid record in recent years?

Biglaw (500+) 2010-2014 (avg. %):
1. Columbia = 57.786%
2. Penn = 50.512%
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3. Chicago = 49.298%
4. NYU = 47.450%
5. Cornell = 47.218%
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6. Harvard = 44.588%
7. Northwestern = 44.036%
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8. Stanford = 38.698%
9. Duke = 38.116%
10. Berkeley = 37.230%
11. Virginia = 35.380%
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12. Michigan = 31.182%
13. Georgetown = 30.650%
14. Yale = 26.744%

Clerkship (Federal & State) 2010-2014 (avg. %):
1. Yale = 32.056%
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2. Stanford = 29.992%
3. Harvard = 24.043%
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4. Virginia = 17.380%
5. Duke = 16.792%
6. Penn = 15.056%
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7. Chicago = 13.952%
8. Michigan = 13.506%
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9. Cornell = 11.252%
10. Berkeley = 11.202%
11. NYU = 10.834%
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12. Northwestern = 9.844%
13. Georgetown = 8.266%
14. Columbia = 8.122%

Biglaw & Clerkship 2010-2014:
1. Stanford = 68.69%
2. Harvard = 68.63%
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3. Columbia = 65.90%
4. Penn = 65.56%
5. Chicago = 63.25%
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6. Yale = 58.80%
7. Cornell = 58.47%
8. NYU = 58.28%
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9. Duke = 54.90%
10. Northwestern = 53.88%
11. Virginia = 52.76%
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12. Berkeley = 48.43%
13. Michigan = 44.68%
14. Georgetown = 38.91%

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Re: Past Employment Statistics

Postby Fiddlesticks » Mon May 07, 2018 10:27 pm

Glacial wrote:I was wondering what the available ABA employment reports would say about the T-14 schools. So I looked into the most competitive placements, Biglaw and judicial clerkship, compared to the overall class size. The compiled data covers a 5-year period, from 2010 to 2014. Would you say that it challenges the conventional T-14 tiers, in particular the CCN group, which appears to be rather CCP or CCNP, given Penn's solid record in recent years?

Biglaw (500+) 2010-2014 (avg. %):
1. Columbia = 57.786%
2. Penn = 50.512%
-----------------------------
3. Chicago = 49.298%
4. NYU = 47.450%
5. Cornell = 47.218%
-----------------------------
6. Harvard = 44.588%
7. Northwestern = 44.036%
-----------------------------
8. Stanford = 38.698%
9. Duke = 38.116%
10. Berkeley = 37.230%
11. Virginia = 35.380%
-----------------------------
12. Michigan = 31.182%
13. Georgetown = 30.650%
14. Yale = 26.744%

Clerkship (Federal & State) 2010-2014 (avg. %):
1. Yale = 32.056%
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2. Stanford = 29.992%
3. Harvard = 24.043%
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4. Virginia = 17.380%
5. Duke = 16.792%
6. Penn = 15.056%
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7. Chicago = 13.952%
8. Michigan = 13.506%
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9. Cornell = 11.252%
10. Berkeley = 11.202%
11. NYU = 10.834%
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12. Northwestern = 9.844%
13. Georgetown = 8.266%
14. Columbia = 8.122%

Biglaw & Clerkship 2010-2014:
1. Stanford = 68.69%
2. Harvard = 68.63%
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3. Columbia = 65.90%
4. Penn = 65.56%
5. Chicago = 63.25%
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6. Yale = 58.80%
7. Cornell = 58.47%
8. NYU = 58.28%
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9. Duke = 54.90%
10. Northwestern = 53.88%
11. Virginia = 52.76%
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12. Berkeley = 48.43%
13. Michigan = 44.68%
14. Georgetown = 38.91%


You didn’t do this right. Biglaw is considered 100+ attorneys (though the very best positions are often smaller than that, but only T14 schools have shots at those). As for clerkships, people only care about federal clerkships. There are a few state clerkships that aren’t a joke, but it’s too hard to parse out. 100+ attorneys and federal clerkships are what matter.



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