Law students can’t all be as lucky as Elle Woods, especially since the fictional character attended Harvard Law back when legal sector jobs were more secure. In 2012, 44 percent of law grads did not find jobs in law.
That’s why it’s important to take a look at law school rankings, like Above the Law’s Top 50 Law Schools. What schools will give law students the best shots at having employment and a career?
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