97% of the class of 2015 and 95% of the class of 2014 had substantive legal or law related employment in the summer of 2013.
Colorado Law received a perfect score from Law School Transparency, a nonprofit legal education policy organization, for reporting employment outcomes for the class of 2011.
In addition to complying with the American Bar Association’s minimum reporting standards for employment outcomes, Colorado Law was one of only 35 law schools to provide all ten voluntary employment disclosures for the Class of 2011.
Colorado Law ranked 6th in the nation in 2012 for graduates employed in state and local clerkships.
90% (158 students) of the Class of 2012 reported employment nine months after graduation (Feb. 15, 2013).
17% of employed graduates accepted judicial clerkships. Three were federal court clerkships, 12 were state appellate court clerkships, and 12 were state trial court clerkships.
66% of 2012 graduates reported jobs requiring a law degree.
The private sector median salary was $70,000, the public sector median salary was $50,000, and the private practice (law firm) median salary was $70,000.
A Princeton Review survey indicates that the hours our students study per week places Colorado Law among the top 10 law schools.
Our Class of 2016's credentials exemplify the high caliber of our students with a median LSAT score of 162 and a median undergraduate GPA of 3.58.
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