The % w/ jobs 9 mos after graduation was very impressive in this economy--over 98%. But even more impressive was the number who are getting jobs out of state--almost half the class, over 29 states, as you can see from the link above.
OK. Thanks. So here are the employment #s for MSU: http://www.law.msu.edu/career/placement-rates.html. And here are the #s for WSU: http://www.law.wayne.edu/career-services/2010stats.php. They purport to list graduates employed by type of employer, size of employer, etc.Which of these numbers are lies/pure BS/cannot be trusted? And what information do you have to support your claim?
Toledo fell into T4. (I'll be curious about that story--big fall in 3 years)
Hi FJ:Thanks for the scoop. I was surprised at Toledo's fall b/c the school was starting to make inroads in the Detroit area. In the last year or so I've heard from three partners at mid-sized Detroit firms that they had hired Toledo clerks for the summer and were impressed w/ their work. I suppose Toledo's drop is good for law grads in the Detroit area, since the market here is already bad.