Law schools across the country, including Boston College Law School, recently released employment statistics for the class of 2015. These statistics represent reported employment outcomes of students ten months after graduation, in compliance with ABA requirements.
Here are some of the highlights:
- Overall employment increased from 90.1% from the Class of 2014 to 91.5% for the Class of 2015.
- Employment in full-time, long-term bar passage required/JD advantage jobs increased from 83.88% from the Class of 2014 to 85.4% for the Class of 2015.
- BC Law placed 41% of graduates from the Class of 2015 in federal clerkships or with large law firms (100+ attorneys).
This last figure is particularly notable, as it exceeds the percentage for similarly-ranked schools, including Boston University School of Law, Notre Dame Law School, Fordham University School of Law, and highly-regarded national schools such as Washington University in St. Louis School of Law, and USC Gould School of Law.
These employment statistics are a testament to BC Law’s career services department (including Heather Hayes and Leslie LeBlanc), as well as BC Law’s alumni network and faculty.
Pat Venter is a 3L at BC Law. For information on computation of these statistics feel free to contact email@example.com