ASU Law is top 20 in the nation for placing graduates in real legal jobs. Within 10 months of graduation, 92 percent of our class of 2022 graduates found employment in full-time, longterm, non-university funded jobs that require bar passage or in which a JD is preferred. This is well above the national employment average of 80 percent for all ABA-accredited law schools. Our commitment to your success continues long after you graduate through our Law for Life program.
The Office of Career and Employment Services helps you prepare to ultimately meet with prospective employers. The center provides a wide range of quality services designed to support and challenge you while you are at ASU's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law and throughout your career.
The Office of Career Employment Services:
- Creates Employment and Networking Opportunities
- Cultivates Professional Development
- Provides Counseling and Coaching Services
Graduates have served in high-level government positions in the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement, and the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs.
- Seventy graduates were selected to serve as judicial clerks in the 2010–2014 terms.
- Over the past five years, 11 graduates have been hired by the various military Judge Advocate Corp programs.
- Two graduates are currently representing Arizona in the U.S. House of Representatives.
- Two 2013 graduates were selected for the prestigious U.S. Presidential Management Fellows program.
- Two U.S. Ninth Circuit judges are ASU Law graduates; two are Arizona Supreme Court justices; four are Arizona Court of Appeals judges; two are Arizona District Court judges; two are Utah District Court judges; and one is a Nevada District Court judge.
- President Obama recently nominated four ASU Law graduates for the U.S. District Court, District of Arizona
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