In its back-to-school issue, “preLaw” magazine ranked the employment rates of graduates from law schools across the country and named Pace Law “Most Improved” among all the schools. In conducting its survey, the magazine weighted the quality of the jobs secured by the graduates and tallied five years of statistics. According to their analysis, Pace improved 5.6 percent for each of the five years.
“Advisers at the school’s career center have stepped up employer outreach and also have provided more individualized attention to students’ goals and job skills,” reads a passage in the article.
To read the entire article, including quotes from Jill Backer, assistant dean for career and professional development, click here.