Excellent Outcomes

 

Class of 2015

TU College of Law provides students with an outstanding legal education at an affordable cost and is ranked #26 in the nation by US News & World Report for graduate placement in professional jobs that require a JD. 

Overall Employment Rate TU Law is consistently above the national average in graduate employment.

Overall Employment Rate
TU Law is consistently above the national average in graduate employment.

Full-Time Long-Term Bar Licensed Required & JD Advantage Positions

Full-Time Long-Term Bar Licensed Required & JD Advantage Positions

Full-Time Long-Term Bar Licensed Required & JD Advantage Positions (Non-University Funded)

Full-Time Long-Term Bar Licensed Required & JD Advantage Positions (Non-University Funded)


Hillary Hellmann (BA '12, JD '15)

Before Hillary Hellmann left St. Louis and arrived as a freshman at TU in the fall of 2008 to study international affairs, computer science, political science, and Spanish, she already had made one big decision about her future: She wanted to pursue a career in the public sector and work for the federal government.


Deric McClellan (JD '16)

When Deric McClellan determined a few years after earning his BA in business that he wanted to become a lawyer, two factors in deciding which law school to attend were: 1) he wanted to graduate from an excellent school without facing years of student loan payments; and 2) he preferred to attend a law school in the Midwest...


Alia Heintz (JD '16)

By the time Alia Heintz became a senior at Vassar College, she had already concluded that she did not want to take the traditional path with her AB in economics and psychology. Instead of pursuing an MBA or a PhD, Alia chose a different route to build on what she had learned at Vassar: law school, followed by a position at a top national law firm.