Some 70% of 2018 law graduates got jobs that require passing the bar within 10 months of leaving campus. That’s according to the American Bar Association, which in May released detailed data on employment outcomes from 2018. Those figures showed an improvement in entry-level employment. You can read more about the reasons behind the higher employment  rate here. But a picture is worth a thousand words, so we’ve broken down the national figures to help illustrate the types of positions new law graduates are getting.

If you’re more interested in how specific law schools did on the job market, we’ve got you covered, too. Explore the chart below to learn where each law school landed in 10 different employment categories, from federal clerkships to unemployment.

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