UW Law makes Top 10 for placing grads in government, public interest jobs

UW Law School is ranked fourth in the nation for graduates in government and public interest jobs. Using 2017 graduation employment data from the American Bar Association, a new Law.com report shows which schools had the highest percentage of graduates in employment categories, including government and public interest.

With 32% of its graduates landing jobs in government or public interest, UW Law School has the fourth highest rate in the nation, behind the City University of New York, District of Columbia and Liberty.

The University of Wisconsin Law School has a long tradition of public service and community involvement. The Law School is committed to fostering and supporting this tradition through a vast array of public interest-oriented courses, clinical opportunities, student organizations and guest lectures.

Submitted by Law School News on May 11, 2018

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