• 98% of the class of 2019 and 95% of the class of 2018 were working in substantive legal or law related jobs in the summer of 2017 .
  • 89% (164 students) of the Class of 2016 reported employment ten months after graduation (Mar. 15, 2017).
  • 13% (22/164) of employed 2016 graduates accepted judicial clerkships. Three were federal court clerkships, 8 were state appellate court clerkships, and 11 were state trial court clerkships.
  • 76% (139/184) of employed 2016 graduates reported a full-time, year or more job that required bar passage or for which a JD was an advantage ten months after graduation.
  • 69% (126/184) of employed 2016 graduates reported a full-time, long-term job for which bar passage was required ten months after graduation.
  • For the class of 2016, the private sector median salary was $80,000, the public sector median salary was $53,000, and the private practice (law firm) median salary was $86,244.
  • Colorado Law ranked 31st in the nation for class of 2015 graduates employed in full-time JD required or JD advantage positions lasting one year or more.
  • Colorado Law ranked 18th in the nation for members of the class of 2015 employed in full-time clerkships lasting one year or more.
  • Colorado Law ranked 16th in the nation for class of 2015 graduates employed 10 months after graduation.
  • Our Class of 2019's credentials exemplify the high caliber of our students with a median LSAT score of 162 and a median undergraduate GPA of 3.69.