OutcomesThe location of the School of Law near New York, Boston, Hartford and New Haven is at the heart of one of the largest concentrations of private law firms, corporate headquarters and financial institutions in the country. Career Development inititiatives, Quinnipiac's extensive externship program, and a tight network of alumni create many opportunities for students to tap into this concentrated job market.
For the class of 2013, 122 of our 148 graduates were employed nine months after their graduation date. Our accrediting agency, the American Bar Association, maintains detailed information about the types of jobs in which those 122 graduates were employed on Feb. 15, 2014. We encourage you to review the 2013 ABA Employment Summary Report detailing that information. You can also review the 2012 ABA Employment Summary Report and the 2011 ABA Employment Summary Report. Below, we include a chart and a graph summarizing the status and distribution of jobs held by the 122 class of 2013 graduates employed as of Feb. 15, 2014.
(Statistics were compiled in February 2014, nine months after graduation. 93 percent survey response rate – 137 of 148 graduates. All numbers are rounded to the nearest whole percent.)
|Employment Status for QU Law Class of 2013
82% of the graduating class was employed as of Feb. 15, 2014 in the categories listed below.
View a more detailed chart including all employment categories as defined by the ABA
(full-time/part-time/short term/long term).
|Employment Status||# in job* (of 122 employed)|
|Bar passage is required||57|
|JD is an advantage||49|
|Other professional jobs||9|