From business and government to non-profits and law firms, Dickinson Law graduates have launched their careers in a wide range of employment settings.
As of today, 97% of our graduates from the Class of 2016 are employed in law-related jobs. Of those graduates who are employed, 94% are employed in positions that either require them to pass the bar or for which a J.D. degree is an advantage.
Of those Class of 2016 graduates who are employed, here is where they work:
For those employed in law firms, the size of the firm is as follows:
ABA Employment Summary Report
Dickinson Law Employment Data
- Employment Data for 2016 Graduates
- Employment Data for 2015 Graduates
- Employment Data for 2014 Graduates*
*From 2006 to 2014, Dickinson Law operated as a unified law school on two campuses. The 2014 data reported above reflects outcomes for the unified graduates of the two-campus law school, which ceased in 2015.