Employment Statistics

Every year, law schools report to the American Bar Association the employment status of their most recent graduating class ten months after graduation. The numbers for the Vermont Law School Class of 2015 follow. We are glad to discuss them in greater detail or speak with you directly about your particular situation. Please contact the Director of Career Services, Abby Armstrong, at aarmstrong@vermontlaw.edu or 802-831-1243 for additional information or to set up an appointment.


Employment Statistics for the Class of 2016


Employment Status Number Full-Time Part-Time
Number Reported % Reported Long-Term Short-Term Long-Term 1 Short-Term
Employed (Total)            
Bar Passage Req'd 68   59 2 4 3
JD Advantage 12   11 0 1 0
Professional 3   3 0 0 0
Non-Professional 6   1 1 1 3
Pursuing Grad. Deg. FT 3  
Unemployed (Total) 21  
Not Seeking Job 4  
Seeking Job 17  
Status Unknown 3  
Total Graduates 116 100%
1 A "long-term" position is one that either has no definite term or a term of one year or more. A "short-term" position is one that has a definite term of less than one year.

Please click on these links to view the complete data that we submitted to the National Association for Law Placement (NALP 2014; NALP 2013; NALP 2012) and the American Bar Association (ABA 2016; ABA 2015; ABA 2014; ABA 2013; ABA 2012).