The employment statistics below offer a snapshot of the Classes of 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011. This information reflects employment status nine months after graduation and includes full-time, part-time, temporary, legal and non-legal positions.
View our ABA Class of 2014 Employment Summary. Note: This year's statistics are based on employment status 10 months after graduation rather than nine months as in years past.
NALP Class of 2013 nine-month employment survey:
• 90% full time
• 10% part time
• 51.5% in positions that require bar admission
• 27.4% in positions that are JD advantage
• 4.6% in other professional positions
• 2.0% pursuing another degree full time
• 1.3% in non-professional positions
By practice setting:
• 39.6% in law firms
• 18.1% in judicial clerkships
• 17.3% in government
• 5.4% in public interest
• 5.4% in academic
• 14.2% in business or industry
NALP Class of 2012 nine-month employment survey:
*Please note that the employment information presented is self-reported by UB Law graduates. The LCDO regularly collects employment information from our most recent graduating class, following guidelines established by the National Association of Legal Career Professionals (NALP) and the American Bar Association (ABA). Fluctuations in the market dictate that employment statistics change annually. Employment prospects are not guaranteed to be consistent with the annual employment data.