No. 40: Seton Hall University School of Law returns to the Go-To list after a four-year absence. (Missed Ya!) The Newark law school placed 8.7 percent 2016 grads in Big Law. (David Gialanella)
The waiting is the hardest part, and we want to make it a little easier. The National Law Journal’s annual Go-To Law Schools report will publish in full on Monday, March 6, but we’re providing a taste of the rankings throughout the week. The Go-To list is the NLJ’s ranking of the 50 law schools that sent the highest percentage of 2016 graduates into associate jobs at the largest 100 U.S. law firms. Today we have Nos. 31-40, which include the two schools with the largest increase this year and a pair of newcomers. Happy reading!
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