The National Law Journal reports, “Detailed law graduate employment information was virtually impossible to come by three years ago. Now, at least four different entities – including the American Bar Association, U.S. News & World Report, the National Association for Legal Career Professionals and Law School Transparency (NALP) – maintain databases detailing schools’ job-placement rates.” The Journal continues, “A consortium of 28 law schools called Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers has joined the fun by creating an interactive website that compiles jobs data from all of those sources. The site – dubbed Law Jobs: By the Numbers – also lets users customize searches of ABA jobs data. Users may compare law school employment statistics using any of those three formulas or enter their own search criteria.” The site is found at http://educatingtomorrowslawyers.du.edu/law-jobs.
From the American Association for Justice news release.