91% (153/168) of the Class of 2017 reported employment ten months after graduation (Mar. 15, 2018).
99% (152/153) of employed 2017 graduates reported a salary to Colorado Law.
98% of the class of 2019 and 95% of the class of 2018 worked in substantive legal or law-related jobs in the summer of 2017.
Twenty-eight 2017 graduates accepted judicial clerkships. Two were federal court clerkships, 14 were state appellate court clerkships, and 12 were state trial court clerkships. (ranked #28 nationally)
84% (141/168) of 2017 graduates reported a full-time, long-term, non-school funded job that required bar passage or for which a JD was an advantage ten months after graduation. (ranked #40 nationally)
76% (128/168) of 2017 graduates reported a full-time, long-term, non-school funded job for which bar passage was required ten months after graduation. (ranked #40 nationally)
For the class of 2017, the private sector median salary was $90,000, the public sector median salary was $54,000, and the private practice (law firm) median salary was $98,500.
Our Class of 2020's credentials exemplify the high caliber of our students with a median LSAT score of 161 and a median undergraduate GPA of 3.65.
Colorado Law's 7th Annual JD Pathways career conference on January 12, 2018 had 71 attorneys in attendance. 22 attorneys spoke to students in panel discussions and 26 conducted a total of 57 mock interviews.