Below are links to all 54 NALP reports that have been produced by law schools, either provided to us or published on the school’s website. This page is updated periodically as more schools continue to decide in favor of releasing their reports.
If your school, or a school you are considering attending, has not published its NALP report, please contact the school and ask that they reconsider their withholding policy and make this important resource available.
The employment data contained in the NALP report are highly valuable to prospective students. Because NALP already collected the data and distributed the report to schools in June 2011, there is no cost associated with publishing the reports.
Refusing to share these data harms not only the reputation of the schools who aren’t on this list, but of the legal education system at large. Law schools are tasked with training the legal professionals of the future. They hold students to honor codes, require them to attend a class on professional responsibility and ethics, and send them into a profession where they must uphold the values of that profession on a daily basis. However, when it comes to their own conduct, too many schools take a position that the minimal level of integrity required to maintain ABA accreditation is good enough. Our hope is that schools who value their academic and social leadership roles will go beyond the bare minimum.