Of those in the 2020 class, 77.4% held such jobs compared to 80.6% of the 2019 class. Law schools are required to include disclaimers on 2020 employment summaries indicating that the impact of COVID-19 may have obscured the data.
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2020 Class Having Harder Time Finding Top Law Jobs: Data
New data from the ABA’s Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar shows that graduates holding “long-term, full-time jobs that required or preferred bar passage” were lower for the class of 2020 when compared to 2019. So reports the ABA Journal.
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