Graduates in 2010 from most of Georgia’s law schools found legal jobs at higher rates than students at many other universities across the country, according to Law School Transparency’s rankings.
The exception was Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, which placed only about a quarter of its graduates in long-term law jobs outside of solo practice. Three of Georgia’s other law schools recorded employment scores above the national average of 58 percent.
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