This story has been corrected to reflect that The University of Chicago Law School placed the highest percentage of 2016 graduates in full-time, long-term jobs that require bar passage and were not funded by the schools themselves. An earlier version of the story was based on an incorrect calculation.

The University of Chicago Law School sent a higher percentage of 2016 graduates into law jobs than any other school, according to new employment data from the American Bar Association.

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