The legal job market looks good this year, compared to the preceding ones. The employment rate of new law grads is seeing an increase after a flat market. According to National Association for Law Placement, the overall employment rate for 2016 was 87.5 percent, which is “up by 0.8 percentage point compared with 2015.” Considering this market rise, it is no wonder that more and more students will be interested in law schools. But graduating from a law school isn’t enough; they also need to have proper skills and experiences to find their dream job.
If you would like to submit content or write an article for the Law Student Division, please email Kara Sikorski at email@example.com.