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The NALP Foundation and NALP have released their joint study, Law School Alumni Employment & Satisfaction for the Class of 2018, their fifth such report focusing on Canadian law schools. The survey includes information about diverse and first-generation graduates as well as data on educational debt, mobility, and the impact of experiential education on career satisfaction with insightful narrative responses from study participants.


New this year: more details on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on alumni careers, as well as their preferred ways to engage with their law schools, providing critical insights for alumni outreach and development efforts.


This year’s study reflects data collected from over 1,800 alumni participants, with information from 1,477 graduates of 30 U.S. law schools and 341 graduates of 4 Canadian law schools.  Data collection took place between September and December 2021.

Canada | Study of Law School Alumni Employment & Satisfaction (Class of 2018)

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  • Thanks to their generous annual contributions, these law schools receive the discounted Member/Supporter price on the Alumni Employment and Satisfaction Study and many other NALP Foundation resources:


    American University Washington College of Law

    Appalachian School of Law

    ASU Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law

    Atlanta's John Marshall Law School

    Baylor Law School

    Belmont University College of Law

    Boston University School of Law

    University of Calgary Faculty of Law

    University of California Berkeley School of Law

    University of California Davis School of Law

    University of California Irvine School of Law

    UCLA School of Law

    California Western School of Law

    Campbell University School of Law

    University of Cincinnati College of Law

    CUNY School of Law​

    Emory University School of Law

    University of Florida Levin College of Law

    Fordham University School of Law

    George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School

    George Washington University Law School

    Georgetown University Law Center

    University of Georgia School of Law

    Georgia State University College of Law

    Harvard Law School

    University of Houston Law Center

    University of Idaho College of Law

    Indiana University Maurer School of Law

    University of Kansas School of Law

    Liberty University School of Law

    Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law

    University of Manitoba Faculty of Law

    McGill University Faculty of Law

    Mercer University School of Law

    University of Miami School of Law

    ​North Carolina Central University School of Law

    Notre Dame Law School

    NYU School of Law

    Oklahoma City University School of Law

    University of Oregon School of Law

    University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

    Pepperdine University School of Law​

    Queen's University Faculty of Law

    Ryerson University Lincoln Alexander School of Law

    Santa Clara University School of Law

    Seton Hall University School of Law

    SMU Dedman School of Law

    University of South Carolina School of Law

    USC Gould School of Law

    Southern University Law Center

    Southwestern Law School

    St. Mary's University School of Law

    St. Thomas University School of Law

    Stanford Law School

    University of Tennessee College of Law

    Texas A&M University School of Law

    University of Texas School of Law

    Texas Tech University School of Law

    Thompson Rivers University Faculty of Law

    Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center

    Vanderbilt University Law School

    University of Virginia School of Law

    Washburn University School of Law

    Western State College of Law

    Widener University Delaware Law School

    University of Windsor Faculty of Law

    Yale Law School

    York University Osgoode Hall Law School

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