JD Class Profile
|Fall 2018||Class Stats|
|Entering Class Size||136|
|Total States Represented||24 + Canada, Kenya, Kazakhstan, Korea - Republic of (South)
|Total Majors Represented||35|
|Top Majors Represented||Political Science (40), History (8), Economics (8), Marketing (7) and English (7)|
|Total UG Colleges Represented||71|
|Top UG Colleges Represented||University of Cincinnati (18), Ohio State University (9), Miami University (8), University of Kentucky (8), Ohio University (6), Northern Kentucky University (5) Bellarmine (3), University of Louisville (3), and Xavier (3)|
|Source of Stastic
||25th Percentile||50th Percentile||75th Percentile|
Though many are recent graduates from undergraduate institutions, some come to law school after careers in other fields. One worked as a fair housing advocate at Legal Aid, a first grade teacher at a low income school in New Orleans, a digital marketer, an academic researcher, a CPA, a personal banker, a political consultant, and a member of the Peace Corp in Bolivia. Several are veterans, having served in the US Marines and the US Air Force.
The Class of 2021 has big plans. They want to fight human trafficking, work in the sports industry, pursue advocacy work for women and gender minorities, work as a JAG, work in litigation and in immigration.
They have a wide range of hobbies. In addition to writing and sharing poetry, they enjoy knitting for the needy, playing basketball, Jiu Jitsu, tutoring at risk children and individuals in prison, theatre, activism, singing, tennis, and volunteering at animal shelters.
The class also includes students who speak Danish, Arabic, French, Spanish, Russian, German, Azeri (language of Azerbaijan), Tagalog and Portuguese. They have worked or studied abroad in many countries, including Russia, Costa Rica, Australia, France, Spain, Afghanistan, Japan, Croatia and the Ukraine.
Statistics as of 8/20/2018