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Employment Statistics

USF School of Law graduates pursue careers in diverse areas, from law firms to government agencies to business and public interest organizations.

USF is committed to assisting students and alumni through the process of seeking employment and offers a full range of employment services and resources, which is particularly important given the challenging job market. Our goal is to assist each student and graduate achieve their career objectives, so if you need additional information about pursuing a position in a particular field or geographic area, we encourage you to contact the Office of Career Planning or any dean or faculty member.

The University of San Francisco School of Law Class of 2013 Report from NALP (The Association for Law Career Professionals) details data from student reports to the law school regarding their employment status nine months after graduation, or from publicly available resources with such information. The Class of 2012 and Class of 2011 reports from NALP are also available.

The American Bar Association, Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, also collects employment statistics from accredited law schools and publishes them online at USF School of Law Employment Reports. See reports on USF School of Law graduates for 2011, 20122013.

Please note that different agencies have different methodology they use which results in minor differences in the data.  For additional information, contact the USF School of Law Office of Career Planning at (415) 422-6757.