The Columbus School of Law's Office of Career and Professional Development is dedicated to assisting students in search of internship and externship opportunities during school, employment after graduation, and career advice for the rest of their lives. Staffed by career planning professionals with advanced degrees in law, the office provides individual and group counseling, workshops, panels, instructional materials and job listings as well as activities that facilitate direct contact with prospective employers.
Consider these recent rankings and metrics regarding the Columbus School of Law graduates:
- A recent study conducted by Edward S. Adams, professor at the University of Minnesota Law School, looked at where partners in the largest legal markets went to school. The study ranks CUA Law #5 in the Washington, D.C., legal market as a school that produces the most partners in the nation’s 100 largest firms.
- Columbus School of Law was ranked at #4 by the National Law Journal for the school with the highest percentage of 2015 graduates in permanent, fulltime government and public interest jobs. The ranking is based on law school graduate employment data submitted to the American Bar Association by all ABA accredited law schools.
- Study ranks CUA Law 26th nationally as one of the best schools for associates obtaining Big Law jobs.
- The American Bar Association ranks CUA Law #14 for Highest Percent Of 2016 Graduates in Government and Public Interest Jobs.
- In the winter 2016 edition of preLaw magazine the Columbus School of Law was recognized as one of the best schools for students who are interested in a career as a Public Defender or Prosecutor. The Law School was ranked 5 out of the top 20 schools that were selected. The article notes that the magazine gathered data from the ABA, U.S. News & World Report, and the individual law schools, and based the "honor roll" on three factors: Employment, Curriculum, and Financial. To view the complete article, click here.
See CUA Law Accolades for more examples of recent recognition.