Employment post-graduation is obviously a huge consideration for any prospective student, and especially if you are still choosing between multiple law schools. Last week, employment numbers for Boston College Law’s Class of 2014 were released. As mentioned in previous blog posts such as this one and this one, BC’s stats have been trending decidedly upward.
For a more detailed breakdown of employment numbers for the three most recent graduating classes, visit the BC Law Career Services page here.
Also worth mentioning in my humble opinion is BC’s absence from this companion list, entitled “The Law Schools That Most Goosed Their U.S. News Ranking With School-Funded Jobs.”
I hope you find these numbers as encouraging as I do. If you have any questions as you make your enrollment decisions, whether they are about jobs, classes, student life, or anything else, please do not hesitate to reach out to me. Best of luck!
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