This is the sixth in a series of visualizations on legal employment outcomes for the Class of 2016. Following posts on outcomes in Texas, New York, Illinois, California, and Florida, here is a visualization for legal employment outcomes of graduates of Ohio law schools for the Class of 2016. (More about the methodology is available at the Texas post.)
The total placement rate among the 983 statewide graduates was 69.6%. That's up slightly over last year's 68.5% rate, but gradates dropped significantly from last year's 1089. Total raw placement into unfunded bar passage-required jobs dropped from 594 last year to 539 this year.
As always, please notify me of any corrections or errata.
|3.3||Ohio State University||89.4%||2.5||137||20||3||86.9%||132||19||2|
|2.4||University of Cincinnati||83.7%||2.9||74||13||0||80.7%||67||21||0|
|1.7||University of Dayton||72.8%||9.4||40||19||0||63.4%||48||11||0|
|1.8||Cleveland-Marshall College of Law||67.5%||1.5||62||17||0||66.1%||57||15||0|
|2.6||Case Western Reserve University||64.6%||-6.2||56||8||0||70.8%||86||16||0|
|1.8||University of Akron||62.9%||-0.5||58||20||0||63.4%||73||17||0|
|1.5||Ohio Northern University||62.5%||11.7||35||10||0||50.8%||26||6||0|
|1.8||University of Toledo||60.2%||-6.4||32||21||0||66.7%||48||21||1|