University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (Boalt Hall)


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 #18
Lowest Unemployed #49
Pursuing
Graduate Degree
#141
Lowest
Status Unknown
#1
Employment
Type
Rank Among All
Law Schools
Law Firms #21
Government #159
Judicial Clerks #60
Business &
Industry
#197
Public Interest #22
Academics #147

Berkeley Law’s Career Development Office helps its students and alumni meet their career goals. Students receive assistance in pursuing desirable career opportunities, including, but not limited to those in the public interest sector. The office also arranges on-campus interviews and employers regularly solicit resumes from Berkeley Law’s students. In addition, throughout the year the office sponsors an array of career development programs that address popular topics such as, resume writing, interviewing skills, and the art of networking.

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