The University of Pennsylvania Law School sent 91 percent of 2014 graduates into full-time jobs that require bar passage and weren’t funded by the school itself — more than any other school in the country.

Cornell Law School, Duke Law School, Columbia Law School and the University of Chicago Law School weren’t far behind, each sending more than 87 percent of recent graduates into those positions, according to employment statistics released by the American Bar Association.

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