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
#7
Employment
Status
Rank Among All
Law Schools
Highest Employed #5
Lowest Unemployed #30
Pursuing
Graduate Degree
#170
Lowest
Status Unknown
#1
Employment
Type
Rank Among All
Law Schools
Law Firms #31
Government #191
Judicial Clerks #16
Business &
Industry
#184
Public Interest #82
Academics #179

It is probably safe to assume that Harvard Law School graduates will remain in demand for decades to come. Currently, more than 700 employers interview Harvard Law School students in Cambridge each year, perhaps as many or more than any other law school. Harvard Law School’s Office of Career Services provides career counseling to Harvard Law School students and graduates pursuing career paths in the private sector, law teaching, and clerkships. In addition to the services offered by the Office of Career Services, Harvard Law School maintains the Bernard Koteen Office Public Interest Advising. According to Harvard Law School, the primary goal of this office is to “encourage law school students and lawyers to embrace a career that incorporates an ongoing commitment to public service work. We offer advising appointments for Harvard Law students and alumni with our attorney advisors, as well as a wealth of print and online resources for planning a public interest career and landing your job.” (Harvard Law Website)

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