New York 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
#11
Employment
Status
Rank Among All
Law Schools
Highest Employed #8
Lowest Unemployed #13
Pursuing
Graduate Degree
#130
Lowest
Status Unknown
#1
Employment
Type
Rank Among All
Law Schools
Law Firms #13
Government #183
Judicial Clerks #62
Business &
Industry
#193
Public Interest #27
Academics #147

NYU Law’s Office of Career Services helps students choose the appropriate career path from the wide range of options available to its graduates. As early as the first semester of their first year, the office begins to work with students. “Together with the Public Interest Law Center, the office organizes panels and workshops on all aspects of job hunting, provides a videotaped simulated interview program, and offers individual counseling.” (NYU Law Website) In addition, the office also arranges networking opportunities as well as on and off-campus interviews for the school’s graduates.

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