Nearly 92 percent of 2007 law school graduates have jobs now, the highest reported figure in 20 years. And those who work at law firms are earning a median salary of $108,500 — about $13,000 more than 2006 graduates were making when they started out.

Those figures come from an annual survey conducted by the National Association of Legal Career Professionals.

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