Strong rankings and employment outcomes for Class of 2013
New rankings and strong employment data point to academic and professional success for students
As law school rankings are issued and news of employment outcomes are released for the Class of 2013, Seton Hall Law’s performance is distinguished:
- U.S. News and World Report ranked Seton Hall Law #68 among the 200 law schools in the country
- U.S.News and World Report ranked Seton Hall Law’s Health Law program #5 – the 18th year in the Top 10
- The National Jurist gave Seton Hall Law an A for the quality of its practical training, ranking Seton Hall #13 in the nation for its strong experiential learning programs – clinics, externships and simulation classes
- July 2013 bar pass rates exceeded state averages in both New Jersey and New York:
- 89% of the Class of 2013 found employment within nine months of graduation, based on data submitted to the American Bar Association on March 17, 2014.
“No single ranking or data point can tell the full story of the value of a law degree,” said Dean Patrick E. Hobbs. “But these numbers in total speak to the strength of a Seton Hall Law education and the competitive advantages our students enjoy from the start of law school and throughout their legal career."
“We play to our strengths," Dean Hobbs continued, “A curriculum that melds theory with practical applications and opportunities for students to gain professional experience throughout law school. Employers appreciate the high skill level they see in a Seton Hall Law graduate from day one, and that puts our students in demand.”
Learn more about the qualities that distinguish Seton Hall Law: visit law.shu.edu/discover.