National Law Journal Ranks Seton Hall Law #17 in the Nation for Employment
The National Law Journal recently released employment data for 2017 law school graduates,
Seton Hall Law remains one of the nation’s top law schools on this critical metric.
Seton Hall Law ranks #17 of more than 200 law schools “in placing their 2017 graduates
into fulltime, long-term law jobs that require passing the bar and were not funded
by the schools themselves—widely viewed as the gold standard for new lawyer employment.”
And Seton Hall Law ranks #26 “in placing 2017 graduates into either fulltime, long-term
jobs that require bar passage, or jobs for which a J.D. offers an advantage.”
Among New York City area law schools, Seton Hall Law ranks third, after Columbia and
NYU for fulltime, long-term employment, placing 82.63% of its 2017 graduates in jobs
that require bar passage and 88.62% in jobs that either require bar passage or for
which a J.D. is an advantage.
If the comparison is extended to the Philadelphia market, Seton Hall Law ranks an
impressive fourth among 16 in gold-standard employment outcomes.
Seton Hall Law is thrilled to celebrate the accomplishments of the members of the
Class of 2017 as they launch their promising careers. Their employment outcomes are
the result of both our students’ dedication to excellence and the proactive assistance
of Office of Career Services and a faculty committed to teaching and mentoring one student at a time.