Your Job Score reflects how close a school's job outcomes are to your goals. Higher scores are better, all else equal, but consider cost, starting salaries, and other factors in deciding value.
If you change job preferences through the LST Wizard, Your Job Score will change.
LST Employment Score
Reflects graduates with a successful start to a legal career: long-term, full-time jobs that require a law license, other than solo practitioners
LST Under-Employment Score
Reflects graduates who are underusing their skills and credentials. These graduates have not started a professional career, legal or otherwise.
Jobs with the government (at any level) or with public interest organizations, such as charitable non-profits and unions. Unless otherwise specified, we count only jobs that are both long-term and full-time.
Includes clerkship positions at the federal, state, or local level, or at international or foreign courts. The defining characteristic of a clerk is one who provides assistance to a judge in making legal determinations.
National Law Firms
Law firms with at least 251 attorneys total across one or more offices.
Large Regional Law Firms
Law firms with between 101 and 250 attorneys total across one or more offices.
Small Regional Law Firms
Law firms with between 11 and 100 attorneys total across one or more offices.
Small Law Firms
Law firms with 10 or fewer attorneys, including solo practitioners.
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