Michigan Law has long enjoyed renown as a launching pad to the nation's premier private law firms; it is among the top law schools in placing the largest percentage of graduates in the most prestigious national law firms. More than 500 domestic and international law firms, including branch offices, hired our 2012-2016 graduates. More specifically, 343 went to New York City, 237 to Chicago, 184 to Washington, D.C., 28 to Boston, 61 to Los Angeles, and 88 to the California Bay Area.
View our complete list of law-firm employers for the classes of 2011 through 2015 (PDF).
The list below includes links to some of our favorite resources for identifying and researching law firms. For advice on the law firm job application process and timeline, preparing your application materials, and networking, please visit our Student Career Toolkit in addition to the resources listed in the On-Campus Interviewing Section below.
To help you navigate and get the most out of the primary law firm research tools, the librarians at the Law Library have put together a series of videos for you. The videos cover law firm research using ALM Legal Intelligence, Vault, the NALP Directory, Chambers, and many other research sources.
There is also a research guide which links to all of the employer research resources.
Information for EIW 2017 will be posted here April - August. Students interested in EIW 2017 should plan to attend the EIW workshop on Tuesday, April 4, 2017.
Early Interview Week (EIW) 2017 is scheduled for Tuesday - Friday, Aug. 8-11, in the Lawyers Club at the Law School.
These profiles track the cumulative GPA of those second- and third-year Michigan Law students who received an offer from an particular employer, dating back to interviews held in Fall 2012, not just those students who have accepted their offers. The information dates back to interviews in Fall 2012 through interviews held in Fall 2016.
By accessing this data, you agree to not disseminate it beyond the Michigan Law community.
Employer GPA Qualification Profiles for 2LsEmployer GPA Qualification Profiles for 3Ls
Visit the links in the "Resources for Researching Law Firms" section above. For information on government employers, visit our Government Practice page.
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