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Albany Law School announced today that 90% of the class of
2016 has secured employment in law firms, government positions,
public interest work, and business and industry.
Law School historically has strong employment rates given its wide-ranging opportunities
for practical, hands-on training and the loyalty of its nationwide alumni
Class of 2016 Employment Summary
Students are employed in the following sectors for law-degree
required jobs, as well as J.D.-advantaged employment: 52% are at law
firms, 28% government, 9% public interest, 11% business and industry.
“This is an exciting time for Albany Law School,” said
Alicia Ouellette, president and dean of Albany Law School. “All our
numbers continue to rise. The employment success of our students comes from
hard work, and commitment from our faculty who educate them and the staff who
Each year, Albany Law School’s Career and Professional Development Center coordinates
hundreds of job interviews on campus and off campus.
“With 10,000-plus alumni, many who provide amazing support to
our students and our school, we have a strong network to support internships
and jobs,” said Ouellette.
For more on Career Development for students at Albany Law, go here.