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2010 Employment Statistics

Class of 2010 Employed 9 Months After Graduation
Total Graduates 204 % Long-Term Employment* Short-Term Employment** Unknown Duration
Employed 184 90.2 139 44 1
Bar Admission Required or Anticipated 156 68.1      
JD Preferred 16 7.0      
Other Professional 8 3.5      
Non-Professional 1 0.4      
Undeterminable Position 3 1.3      
Pursuing Graduate Degree 9 4.4      
Unemployed - Not Seeking 7 3.4      
Unemployed - Seeking 4 2.0      
Employment Status Unknown 0 0      

* Long-Term positions are expected to last one year or more.
** Short-term positions are expected to last less than one year

Employer Types and Average Salary
Employed Graduates 184 % # Of Full-Time Salaries Rptd. - % Avg. Salary - Full-Time Positions
Law Firms 118 64.1 37 (31.4%) $128,333
Solo 3 1.6    
2 to 10 64 34.8    
11 to 25 15 8.2    
26 to 50 15 8.2    
51 to 100 3 1.6    
101 to 250 3 1.6    
251 to 500 3 1.6    
501+ 9 4.9    
Unknown Firm Size 3 1.6    
Business and Industry 33 17.9 0 (0%) ***
Government 13 7.1 3 (23.1%) $57,667
Public Interest 5 2.7 0 (0%) ***
Judicial Clerkship 7 3.8 3 (42.9%) $55,333
Federal 3 1.6    
State & Local 4 2.2    
Academia* 7 3.8 0 (0%) ***
Employer Type Unknown 1 0.5 0 (0%) * * *

* 7 of 7 were employed in University-funded short-term positions.

Employment LocationStateNumber
State With Largest Employment CA 146
State With 2nd Largest Employment AZ 4
State With 3rd Largest Employment GA 2
# of States Where Graduates Employed   19
# Employed in Foreign Countries   12