Employment, Classes of 2012-14: 58% firm, 19% clerkship, 19% public interest, 3% corporate, .5% academic
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By the Numbers: Career Placement

No. 2Virginia ranks second after Harvard in the number of chief legal officers at the nation's top 500 companies, according to a 2010 report in Corporate Counsel magazine.
No. 2Virginia ranks second in the number of graduates leading the nation's top 100 firms, according to a 2013 Above the Law report.
No. 4Virginia is fourth in the number of partners in the National Law Journal's top 100 firms, according to a paper published in the Journal of Legal Education in 2012.
No. 4Virginia joins Harvard, Stanford and Yale in placing the most clerks on the U.S. Supreme Court from 2005-2015. (More)
No. 4According to a Forbes survey on private-sector salaries in 2011, Virginia ranks fourth among national law schools in the median compensation level of mid-career alumni.