The employment prospects are currently pretty tough in my limited opinion, but I like to stay positive and not negative. I was talking to one recent graduate who got some kind of job as a clerk with a judge after doing an internship. One other graduate had nothing lined up- even tho she was a top student. I got a fancy UDM dvd that had Dennis Archer that was really motivating, but getting a job in this competitive field will never be easy.I attend in the evenings, so didn't really network too well about employment prospects- I was just trying to survive the first year grind and learn as much as I can. I have checked the lsac 9 month out employment numbers the past 4 years and its gone from 85 to 89 to 91 to 75%. The 75% certainly is concerning, but still thats 3 out of 4 who have some sort of employment. As we all know, having a degree of any kind guarantees you nothing. There are plenty of internships/externships available. From what I can gather- I have confidence this school provides resources and opportunities. Thats all you can really ask for.