Employment Statistics by School - C/O 2019 rolling out + C/O 2012-2017 data

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Re: Employment Statistics by School - C/O 2018 rolling out + C/O 2012-2017 data

Post by MT Cicero » Mon Apr 15, 2019 3:01 pm

Stranger wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:35 pm
MT Cicero wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:34 pm
Only 5 schools remaining that were > 25% last year: Yale, Stanford, Berkeley, USC, and UNC.
Scofflaws.
Berkeley responds to your chiding...

Berkeley - 68.0% (+0.8%)

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Re: Employment Statistics by School - C/O 2018 rolling out + C/O 2012-2017 data

Post by Stranger » Mon Apr 15, 2019 9:13 pm

MT Cicero wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 3:01 pm
Stranger wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:35 pm
MT Cicero wrote:
Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:34 pm
Only 5 schools remaining that were > 25% last year: Yale, Stanford, Berkeley, USC, and UNC.
Scofflaws.
Berkeley responds to your chiding...

Berkeley - 68.0% (+0.8%)
I wondered why it was taking so long this year, and it turns out, they have another week still to publish the reports.



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Re: Employment Statistics by School - C/O 2018 rolling out + C/O 2012-2017 data

Post by Stranger » Thu Apr 18, 2019 9:54 am

Thanks, MT. I've updated the OP.

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Re: Employment Statistics by School - C/O 2018 rolling out + C/O 2012-2017 data

Post by MT Cicero » Thu Apr 18, 2019 1:47 pm

Also, Northwestern just released their JD-MBA numbers separately, and it's by far the largest percentage of BL folks in that crowd in at least 8 years (21/27 in 100+ firms).

So, for the first time in a long time (maybe ever), NU's BL+FC percentage actually dropped when you remove the JD-MBA's from the numerator and denominator, though only by 0.24%.

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Re: Employment Statistics by School - C/O 2018 rolling out + C/O 2012-2017 data

Post by icechicken » Thu Apr 18, 2019 1:52 pm

MT Cicero wrote:
Thu Apr 18, 2019 1:47 pm
Also, Northwestern just released their JD-MBA numbers separately, and it's by far the largest percentage of BL folks in that crowd in at least 8 years (21/27 in 100+ firms).

So, for the first time in a long time (maybe ever), NU's BL+FC percentage actually dropped when you remove the JD-MBA's from the numerator and denominator, though only by 0.24%.
This vindicates the practice of dropping JD/MBAs from the percentages, IMO. It just took a good year for the b-school crowd and NU pulled to basically even with Chicago.

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Re: Employment Statistics by School - C/O 2018 rolling out + C/O 2012-2017 data

Post by MT Cicero » Thu Apr 18, 2019 2:01 pm

icechicken wrote:
Thu Apr 18, 2019 1:52 pm
MT Cicero wrote:
Thu Apr 18, 2019 1:47 pm
Also, Northwestern just released their JD-MBA numbers separately, and it's by far the largest percentage of BL folks in that crowd in at least 8 years (21/27 in 100+ firms).

So, for the first time in a long time (maybe ever), NU's BL+FC percentage actually dropped when you remove the JD-MBA's from the numerator and denominator, though only by 0.24%.
This vindicates the practice of dropping JD/MBAs from the percentages, IMO. It just took a good year for the b-school crowd and NU pulled to basically even with Chicago.
Agree. It was still a big year for NU, so a nudge behind Chicago I'd still say. But without JD-MBAs it's typically a 2.5-3.0% bump in the BL+FC numbers (and over 5% in 2013). With just JDs, NU has been over 68% since the c/o 2013 and over 70% since the c/o 2015. Essentially the type of numbers that makes "take the money" probably the right answer for generic biglaw goals (all else equal) when comparing NU at even $30K cheaper COA than T6 options.




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Re: Employment Statistics by School - C/O 2018 rolling out + C/O 2012-2017 data

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Re: Employment Statistics by School - C/O 2018 rolling out + C/O 2012-2017 data

Post by Stranger » Mon Apr 22, 2019 2:53 pm

Note: Yale has a page labeled 2018 Employment data, but right now, it's just the 2017 numbers on that page. Be sure they've actually changed the data before you post Yale.

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Re: Employment Statistics by School - C/O 2018 rolling out + C/O 2012-2017 data

Post by MT Cicero » Mon Apr 22, 2019 3:04 pm

Stranger wrote:
Mon Apr 22, 2019 2:53 pm
Note: Yale has a page labeled 2018 Employment data, but right now, it's just the 2017 numbers on that page. Be sure they've actually changed the data before you post Yale.
Yeah, I noticed that earlier today. But it looks like they just sorted it out:

Yale - 62.3% (-1.1%)





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Re: Employment Statistics by School - C/O 2018 rolling out + C/O 2012-2017 data

Post by MT Cicero » Tue Apr 23, 2019 3:21 pm

Denver - 10.0% (+0.9%)

(Rounding got them to 10.0 at 24/241).

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Re: Employment Statistics by School - C/O 2018 rolling out + C/O 2012-2017 data

Post by MT Cicero » Sat Apr 27, 2019 12:15 pm

That'll wrap it up for this cycle. There are no schools that have hit 10% in any of the last 9 years that I haven't checked. Here are some interesting year-by-year stats on totals from all schools that have hit 10% at least once since 2010:

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Re: Employment Statistics by School - C/O 2018 rolling out + C/O 2012-2017 data

Post by Stranger » Sat Apr 27, 2019 9:38 pm

MT Cicero wrote:
Sat Apr 27, 2019 12:15 pm
That'll wrap it up for this cycle. There are no schools that have hit 10% in any of the last 9 years that I haven't checked. Here are some interesting year-by-year stats on totals from all schools that have hit 10% at least once since 2010:

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Interesting trends, there. Thanks for putting that together!

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