14.1% of graduates were employed in school-funded jobs. 0.5% were in full-time, long-term school-funded jobs (i.e. the job was for at least 35 hours per week, and had a fixed duration of at least one year or the job had no definite duration).
22% of graduates were known to be employed in long-term, full-time legal jobs.
This includes an unknown number school-funded jobs, but it is as high as 0.5%.
35.1% graduates were employed in long-term jobs.
39.8% graduates were employed in full-time jobs.
14.1% of all graduates secured job offers by graduation.
0% of all graduates obtained their jobs through On Campus Interviews (OCI).