The University of Chicago Law School ranked number one in full-time jobs after graduation for the Class of 2015 with almost 91% of graduates accepting jobs for which a law degree was required. Last year, the school ranked number 5 and sent a similar number of graduates into such full-time jobs, but the reason for the jump this year was the smaller class size.
We’d be terribly remiss if we didn’t also mention how Chicago Law’s senior director of career services Lois Casaleggi also added that the Class of 2014 had a larger number of JD/MBA graduates who took jobs outside the traditional legal track. So please keep this in mind when evaluating schools that offer similar joint degree options as you’re not often looking at “apples to apples” comparisons in your school selection analysis.
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