JD Class Profile
|Fall 2020||Class Stats|
|Entering Class Size||134|
|Total States Represented||22, including CA, CO, CT, FL, GA, KY, MD, UT, and WI, among others.
|Total Majors Represented||40|
|Top Majors Represented||Political Science (32), English (11), Criminal Justice (7), Finance (6), and Pyschology (6)|
|Total UG Colleges Represented||67|
|Top UG Colleges Represented||University of Cincinnati (19), Ohio State University (14), Miami University (8), University of Kentucky (7), and Xavier University (7)|
|Source of Statistic
||25th Percentile||50th Percentile||75th Percentile|
|*As of 8/17/20|
About the Class
Many members of the class are the recipients of post-baccalaureate degrees. These include, but are not limited to, an M.A. in Bioethics from NYU, Master of Arts from Parsons the New School for Design - Fashion Studies, International Business from OSU, Violin/Viola Pedagogy at UW-Milwaukee, Masters of Public Health from UKY and Florida International University, and a Theology and Education Masters of Divinity and Masters of Christian Education and Formation from Princeton Theological Seminary. They are graduates of schools such as California State University, College of William and Mary, Dickinson College, Florida Atlantic University, Georgetown College, Lewis and Clark College, Marshall University, Miami University (OH), Ohio State University, Rutgers, Tulane University, University of Cincinnati, University of Notre Dame, among many others.
Though many are recent college graduates, some members of the Class of 2023 come to law school after careers in other fields. These positions include a professional Violinist, Wealth Management Consultant, Juvenile Probation Officer, member of AmeriCorps, Political Campaign Manager, Legislative Aids for the House of Representatives, Paralegals, and a Real Estate Developer, among others. Notably, one of our students served as an Infantryman in the U.S. Army.
The Class of 2023 has big plans. They want to work in the areas of International Law, Healthcare, and Immigration and Civil Rights. They hope to serve in roles as Prosecutors, Public Defenders, Non-Profit positions, in Politics, as a Legal Attaché with the FBI, with a large multinational corporation, as well as joining the Army JAG Corps.
Nearly 88% of the Class of 2023 were on their College's Dean's Lists. Many are also fluent or partially fluent in languages other than English, including Arabic, Assyrian, Bengali, Bosnian, Croatian, French, German, Hindi, Malayalam, Mandarin, Montenegrin, Serbian, Spanish, Urdu, and Woloof.
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