Duke University School of Law


2011 GRADUATES AFTER 9 MONTHS

Whether They're Employed

How They're Employed

Where They're Employed

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Employment
Status
Rank Among All
Law Schools
Foreign
Countries
#40
Employment
Status
Rank Among All
Law Schools
Highest Employed #20
Lowest Unemployed #1
Pursuing
Graduate Degree
#113
Lowest
Status Unknown
#1
Employment
Type
Rank Among All
Law Schools
Law Firms #17
Government #195
Judicial Clerks #25
Business &
Industry
#175
Public Interest #106
Academics #179

Duke Law’s Career and Professional Development Center provides students with a variety of resources and programs to assist in their career search, such as providing information with respect to job fairs and assistance with networking, the interview process, as well as resume and cover letter writing. “Beyond success in placing students in the best jobs in the country, however, Duke has a unique approach to career services that emphasizes life-long professional development and job satisfaction and helps Duke graduates align their long-term career paths with their personal values.” (Duke Law Website)

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