The National Law Journal has released employment data for 2018 law school graduates, Seton Hall Law remains one of the nation’s top law schools on this critical metric.
Seton Hall Law ranks #11 of more than 200 law schools “in placing their 2018 graduates into full-time, 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 #10 “in placing 2018 graduates into either full-time, long-term jobs that require bar passage, or jobs for which a J.D. offers an advantage.”
Among other rankings, Seton Hall Law ranks in the top 50 among "2018 graduates in jobs at firms of 100 or more lawyers" and #1 in "the percentage of 2018 graduates in state and local clerkships."