National Law Journal lists Loyola Law School in its annual 'Go-To Law Schools' Feature
Loyola Law School ranked No. 39 for the number of its Class of 2012 alumni who became first-year associates at National Law Journal 250 firms, which are the national's largest law firms as defined by the average number of full-time equivalend attorneys as measured over a calendar year. All told, 41 of Loyola's 2012 alumni landed jobs at NLJ firms.
Additionally, it ranked No. 27 for the number of associates promoted to partner at those firms in 2012. Only two other California law schools ranked higher.
This comes on the heels of Loyola's extraordinary showing on the 2013 Southern California Super Lawyers list. For the second year in a row, Loyola dominated the “Top 100” list with 22 alums, more than any other school. Loyola also ranked No. 1 in the “Top 50 Women” category with 13 alumnae recognized. LLS was the only school in the double digits on this list. Furthermore, the Law School claims five alums in the Orange County Top 50 and two in the coveted Top 10 list.
Loyola congratulates its alumni for their achievements. More information about the Super Lawyers selection process can be found on the Super Lawyers website.