Employment Data

About the Class of 2022

Second in the State! 92.3% of our Class of 2022 graduates obtained full-time, permanent employment in a law-related position.

The same class boasted a nearly 97% overall employment within 10 months of graduation (#1 in the state of Ohio).

Types of Jobs Our Graduates Take

One size does not fit all when it comes to careers. Our graduates pursue a variety of post-graduate paths. Traditionally about half of each class goes into private practice, and within that category the majority of graduates in a law firm setting work in offices of two to twenty-five attorneys. Our College continues to attract national talent as a result of the Urban Morgan Human Rights Institute, the Ohio Innocence Project and the Jones Center for Race, Gender, and Social Justice. Consequently, public interest work is a popular pursuit of our graduates. Still, others view industry as their destination and assume contract compliance roles, tax-finance, as well as other positions for which a JD is an advantage. 

Breakdown of employment data based on type of employment for the class of 2022.
Types of Employment Total Number of Graduates Percent of those employed Percent of class Full-time Long-term  Full-time Short-term Part-time Long-term Part-time Short-term
Bar Passage Required 107 84.9% 82.3% 105 2 0 0
J.D. Advantage 16 12.7% 12.3% 15 0 0 1
Other Professional 0 0% 0% 0 0 0 0
Non-Professional 3 2% 2% 0 0 0 0
Breakdown of employment based on type of employment for the class of 2022.
Employment Settings Percentage of those employed   Percent of class
Law Firm 52.3%   50.7%  
Business/Industry 10.3%   10%  
Public Interest 19.8%   19.2%  
Government 9.5%   9.2%  
Judicial 5.5%   5.3%  
Education 2.3%   2.3%  

ABA Employment Summaries

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