Seton Hall Law Ranked #25 Nationally Based on Class of 2014 Employment Outcomes
Seton Hall Law also ranked #1 in the nation for placement of graduates in state court clerkships
The National Law Journal’s annual analysis of ABA employment data for the Class of 2014 places Seton Hall Law at #25 among the 200 law schools in the U.S. This ranking is based on the percentage of graduates currently in positions requiring passage of the bar exam.
Seton Hall Law’s Class of 2014 total employment rate is 93%. Seton Hall Law also placed #1 in the nation for the percentage of graduates selected for state court clerkships.
Bostinno.com also ranked the Top Schools in the Northeast according to employment rates for Class of 2014 graduates in jobs either requiring bar passage or for which a J.D. is an advantage. Seton Hall Law stands at #8 in this ranking among Northeast schools:
“We are excited by this news, but we’re not surprised,” said Professor Kathleen Boozang, who has been named Dean of Seton Hall Law, effective July 1. “Seton Hall Law students are incredibly popular with employers, who know they will pass the bar exam and be ready to hit the ground running the first day they walk in the office. Our Office of Career Services provides stellar support to current students, graduates finishing clerkships, and alums considering a career move. Our students also greatly benefit from an extremely loyal alumni base. I know the Class of 2014 will hire those who come after them.”