2011 Employment Statistics

Class of 2011 NALP Employment Summary Report

Class of 2011 ABA Employment Summary Report

Definitions of Terms in this Report

How Salary is Reported

Known Employment Status

Total Number of Employed Graduates or Graduates Enrolled in a Full Time Degree Granting Program

Job Type Employment Statistics

Public Sector and Private Sector Employment Statistics Comparison

Employer Type

Academic

Business/Industry

Private Practice

Size of Law Firm

Type of Law Firm Job

Government

Public Interest

Gender Demographics & Salary Information

Race Demographics & Salary Information

Race & Gender Demographics and Salary Information

Employment by Region

Employment in Minnesota and Outside of Minnesota

Source of Job

Search Status of Employed Grads

Duration of Employment Sorted by Employer Type

Employment Information 2006 - 2011

2011 Bar Admission Required and JD Advantage Employers


Definitions of Terms in this Report (Click to expand for more information)

Employer Type: Employer Type refers what the variety of employer.  

The employer types used in this report are Academic, Business/Industry, Government, Law Firm, and Public Interest.  

  • Academic: Any employer in either the private or public sector with a purpose of education. Positions can range from administration to education and be at any level from elementary to higher education.  Examples are elementary schools, high schools, college/universities and law schools.
  • Business/Industry: This category of employer encompasses most employers that are not law firms, public interest agencies, schools or government organizations.  Examples include banks, staffing agencies, and corporations. 
  • Government: Government includes all levels of government from city to federal and include tribal governments. Examples include military JAG Corps, Non-JAG military, district attorney offices and judicial clerkships. 
  • Law Firm: Any job within a private practice employer.  Examples include attorneys, paralegals, law clerk and clerical staff.  
  • Public Interest: A Public Interest employer is one that offers civil legal services.  Examples are public defenders, religious organizations, social services, community resources and cause-related organizations.  

Type of Job: Job type is the level of education and skills required to be hired for a specific job and if the position is full-time or part-time.  It also includes whether or not an unemployed graduate is actively seeking employment or enrolled in a full-time degree granting program.  

Job Types used in this report are Bar Admission Required, JD Advantage, Other Professional, Other Non-Professional, Enrolled in a Full-Time Degree Program, Not Employed - Start Date Deferred, Seeking Employment, Not Seeking Employment, Working - Type of Job Unknown, Employment Status Unknown and Full-Time vs. Part-Time.

  • Bar Admission Required: This job requires that the graduate pass the bar and be licensed to practice the bar in one more or more jurisdictions. 
  • JD Advantage: Any job where the employer sought a graduate with their JD or having a JD provides an advantage in obtaining the job or performing the job, but does not require bar passage or an active license. 
  • Other Professional: Any position that requires professional skills but a JD does not add an advantage to obtaining or performing the job.  
  • Other Non-Professional: A job that does not require professional training or skills.
  • Enrolled in a Full-Time Degree Program: A graduate is considered enrolled in a full-time degree program if they are attending a degree granting institution or continuing education certificate program.  
  • Not Employed - Start Date Deferred: A written offer of employment has been offered and accepted but the graduate has not started as of February 15. 
  • Seeking Employment: A graduate is considered to be seeking work if they are not employed in any capacity outside of the home and are seeking work.  Graduates who are not employed but are volunteering and seeking employment or studying full-time for the bar are considered to be seeking work.
  • Not Seeking Employment: If a graduate is not seeking work "outside of the home" they are categorized as not seeking employment. This includes graduates who are volunteering but not seeking work, a graduate that is not seeking due to personal or family circumstances, and graduates who turned down full-time employment and are not actively seeking employment. 
  • Working - Type of Job Unknown: A graduate in this classification is known to be employed but no further information is known. 
  • Employment Status Unknown: This category is used if there is no information known about a graduate. For the purposes of NALP reporting unknown graduates are sometimes removed from the denominator. 
  • Full-Time vs. Part-Time: Full-Time is defined as working five days a week and/or at least 35 hours of work a week. 

Percent of Graduates: The denominator used in these statistics is 134 which is the entire graduating Class of 2011.

Percent of Known Graduates: The denominator used in these statistics is 132 which is the total Class of 2011 (134) minus Employment Status Unknown graduates (2). The number of known graduates in the Class of 2011 is 132. 

Percent of Employed Graduates: The denominator used is in these statistics is 115 which is the total number of employed graduates of the Class of 2011 regardless of Type of Job or Employment Type. 

Percent of Reported: The denominator used in these statistics is variable and will be listed in the subtotal of each table. The denominator used is the number of Class of 2011 graduates who reported information about a specific employment statistic. 

Number Reported: This is the numerator for the graphs and tables in this report.  The number reported is the number of graduates in the Class of 2011 who supplied information about an employment statistic. 

Total Number of Graduates Reported: 134

Total Number of Known Graduates Reported: 132

Total Number of Employed Graduates Reported: 115

How Salary is Reported (Click to expand for more information.)

  • Salary information is only listed if five more more graduates reported their salary.  
  • If less than five salaries were reported the salary information for that statistic has been removed to ensure the confidentiality of the graduates. 
  • Salary information is only supplied for full-time positions. 

The following information is based on the Class of 2011

Known Employment Status & Job Type Salary Information

The following table uses only known graduate information to report on the type of employment. Each employment type is defined below. Employment type is used throughout this report. 

 

Employment Status Known

Full-Time Long-term Salaries

 

Number 
Reported

% of 
Known Graduates

# with 
Salary

25th 
Percentile

Median

75th 
Percentile

Mean

Bar Passage Required

79

59.8%

29

44,000

59,000

90,000

68,081

JD Advantage

25

18.9%

13

43,000

52,500

56,000

50,900

Other Professional

6

4.5%

.

.

.

.

.

Non-professional

3

2.3%

.

.

.

.

.

graduates--Job Type Unknown

2

1.5%

.

.

.

.

.

Pursuing Degree FT

4

3.0%

.

.

.

.

.

Unemployed-Seeking

6

4.5%

.

.

.

.

.

Unemployed-Not Seeking

7

5.3%

.

.

.

.

.

Subtotal

132

100%

 

Salary information for the Other Professional, Non-Professional and Employed but Job Type Unknown was omitted because less than five salaries were reported.

 


Total Number of Known (132) Employed Graduates or Graduates Enrolled in a Full Time Degree Granting Program

Total Employed or Degree

Full-time Long-term Salaries

 

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

# with 
Salary

25th 
Percentile

Median

75th 
Percentile

Mean

Pursuing Degree FT

4

3.0%

.

.

.

.

.

Employed (out of the 132 known graduates)

115

87.1%

45

43,000

55,000

67,000

61,587

Subtotal

119

90.2%

         

Employed or Degree Seeking Graduates out of Total Employed (134)

Total Employed or Degree

Full-time Long-term Salaries

 

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

# with 
Salary

25th 
Percentile

Median

75th 
Percentile

Mean

Pursuing Degree FT

4

3.0%

.

.

.

.

.

Employed (out of the 134 total graduates)

115

85.8%

         

Subtotal

119

88.8%

         

 

 ‌

This graph presents the 25th, Median, 75th and Mean salary information for all graduates who reported salary information.

 


Job Type Employment Statistics

Federated by Job Type with Full-Time and Part-Time Subcategories with Salary Information

FT/PT Jobs

Full-time Long-term Salaries

 

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

# with 
Salary

25th 
Percentile

Median

75th 
Percentile

Mean

Bar Passage Reqd-FT

69

60.0%

29

44,000

59,000

90,000

68,081

Bar Passage Reqd-PT

10

8.7%

.

.

.

.

.

JD Advantage-FT

25

21.7%

13

43,000

52,500

56,000

50,900

Other Professional-FT

5

4.3%

.

.

.

.

.

Other Professional-PT

1

0.9%

.

.

.

.

.

Non-professional-PT

3

2.6%

.

.

.

.

.

graduates FT--Job Type Unknown

1

0.9%

.

.

.

.

.

graduates PT--Job Type Unknown

1

0.9%

.

.

.

.

.

Subtotal

115

100%

 

 

This graph displays salary information for Bar Passage Required and JD Advantage jobs that are full-time and long-term. All other salary information is omitted because less than five salaries were reported or the job was part-time.

 

Full-Time Jobs by Employer Type

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

Academic

1

100%

Business

29

78.4%
Judicial Clerkship

8

100%
Law Firm

46

90.2%
Government

8

88.9%
Public Interest

7

100%
Unknown Employer Type

1

50%

 

Part-Time Jobs by Employer Type

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

Academic

0

0% 

Business

8

21.6% 
Judicial Clerkship

0% 
Law Firm

9.8% 
Government

11.1% 
Public Interest

0% 
Unknown Employer Type

50% 

 

All Jobs by Employer Type

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

Academic

1

100% 

Business

37

100% 
Judicial Clerkship

100% 
Law Firm

51 

100% 
Government

100% 
Public Interest

7

100% 
Unknown Employer Type

100% 

Public Sector and Private Sector Employment Statistics Comparison

Employment by Sector

Full-time Long-term Salaries

 

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

# with 
Salary

25th 
Percentile

Median

75th 
Percentile

Mean

Private Sector

88

76.5%

33

41,600

56,000

85,000

64,878

Public Sector

25

21.7%

12

44,000

53,725

59,500

52,538

Subtotal

113

98.3%

 

Unknown Employment Sector

2

1.7%

 

Total

115

100%

 

This graph uses a denominator of 113 and omits the two employed graduates who had unknown sector type.


Employer Type

Employer Type

Full-time Long-term Salaries

 

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

# with 
Salary

25th 
Percentile

Median

75th 
Percentile

Mean

Academic

1

0.9%

.

.

.

.

.

Business

37

32.2%

14

41,600

46,500

56,000

48,576

Judicial Clerk

8

7.0%

.

.

.

.

.

Unknown Type

2

1.7%

.

.

.

.

.

Private Practice

51

44.3%

19

45,000

80,000

100,000

76,889

Government

9

7.8%

5

58,000

59,000

60,000

57,200

Public Interest

7

6.1%

.

.

.

.

.

Subtotal

115

100%

 

 

This graph displays salary information for Business, Private Practice and Government jobs that are full-time and long-term. All other salary information is omitted because less than five salaries were reported or the job is part-time.


Academic

Academic Jobs

Full-time Long-term Salaries

 

Number
Reported

% of
Reported

# with
Salary

25th
Percentile

Median

75th
Percentile

Mean

JD Advantage

1

100.0%

.

.

.

.

.

Subtotal

1

100%

 

Business/Industry

Business/Industry

Full-time Long-term Salaries

 

Number
Reported

% of
Reported

# with
Salary

25th
Percentile

Median

75th
Percentile

Mean

Bar Passage Required

11

29.7%

.

.

.

.

.

JD Advantage

19

51.4%

10

41,600

51,250

56,000

50,270

Other Professional

4

10.8%

.

.

.

.

.

Non-professional

3

8.1%

.

.

.

.

.

Subtotal

37

100%

 

This graph displays salary information for JD Advantage jobs in a Business setting that are full-time and long-term. Salary Information for Bar Passage Required, Other Professional, and Non-Professional jobs were omitted because less than five salaries were reported.


Private Practice

Private Practice

Full-time Long-term Salaries

 

Number
Reported

% of
Reported

# with
Salary

25th
Percentile

Median

75th
Percentile

Mean

Bar Passage Required

50

98.0%

19

45,000

80,000

100,000

76,889

JD Advantage

1

2.0%

.

.

.

.

.

Subtotal

51

100%

     

This graph displays salary information for Bar Passage Required jobs in a Private Practice setting that are full-time and long-term. Salary Information for JD Advantage jobs were omitted because less than five salaries were reported.


Size of Law Firm

Size of Firm

Full-time Long-term Salaries

 

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

# with 
Salary

25th 
Percentile

Median

75th 
Percentile

Mean

2-10

24

47.1%

9

40,000

45,000

65,000

51,778

11-25

5

9.8%

.

.

.

.

.

26-50

2

3.9%

.

.

.

.

.

51-100

3

5.9%

.

.

.

.

.

101-250

5

9.8%

.

.

.

.

.

251-500

1

2.0%

.

.

.

.

.

501+

2

3.9%

.

.

.

.

.

Unknown Size

2

3.9%

.

.

.

.

.

Solo

7

13.7%

.

.

.

.

.

Subtotal

51

100%

 

This graph displays salary information for law firms jobs with 2 to 10 lawyers or law clerks.  Salary Information for all other law firm sizes were omitted because less than five salaries were reported.


Type of Law Firm Job

Type of Law Firm Job

Full-time Long-term Salaries

 

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

# with 
Salary

25th 
Percentile

Median

75th 
Percentile

Mean

Attorney

42

87.5%

19

45,000

80,000

100,000

76,889

Law Clerk

5

10.4%

.

.

.

.

.

Administrative

1

2.1%

.

.

.

.

.

Subtotal

48

100%

 

This graph displays salary information for attorney positions in a law firm.  Salary Information for law clerks and administrative positions were omitted because less than five salaries were reported.


Government

Government

Full-time Long-term Salaries

 

Number
Reported

% of
Reported

# with
Salary

25th
Percentile

Median

75th
Percentile

Mean

Bar Passage Required

6

66.7%

.

.

.

.

.

JD Advantage

2

22.2%

.

.

.

.

.

Other Professional

1

11.1%

.

.

.

.

.

Subtotal

9

100%

 

Public Interest

Public Interest

Full-time Long-term Salaries

 

Number
Reported

% of
Reported

# with
Salary

25th
Percentile

Median

75th
Percentile

Mean

Bar Passage Required

4

57.1%

.

.

.

.

.

JD Advantage

2

28.6%

.

.

.

.

.

Other Professional

1

14.3%

.

.

.

.

.

Subtotal

7

100%

 


Gender Demographics & Salary Information

Gender Reported

Full-time Long-term Salaries

 

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

# with 
Salary

25th 
Percentile

Median

75th 
Percentile

Mean

Women

59

44.0%

14

42,000

61,500

100,000

74,169

Men

75

56.0%

31

43,000

52,450

65,000

55,905

Subtotal

134

100%

 

Salary Information for gender statistics is out of reported salary that is for full-time, long-term positions.  The number of women who reported their salary is 14 and the number of men is 34. 


Race Demographics & Salary Information

Race Reported

Full-time Long-term Salaries

 

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

# with 
Salary

25th 
Percentile

Median

75th 
Percentile

Mean

Minority

14

10.4

6

58,000

62,500

85,000

68,667

Non-Minority

120

89.6

39

41,600

52,450

67,000

60,498

Subtotal

134

100

         

‌‌

Salary Information for race statistics is out of reported salary that is for full-time, long-term positions.  The number of minority graduates who reported their salary is 6 and the number of non-minority graduates is 39. 


Race & Gender Demographics and Salary Information

Gender & Race Reported

Full-time Long-term Salaries

 

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

# with 
Salary

25th 
Percentile

Median

75th 
Percentile

Mean

Minority Women

6

4.5%

.

.

.

.

.

Minority Men

8

6.0%

5

58,000

60,000

65,000

65,400

Non-Minority Women

53

39.6%

13

42,000

56,000

100,000

73,335

Non-Minority Men

67

50.0%

26

41,600

50,000

62,000

54,079

Subtotal

134

100%

 

Salary Information for race and gender statistics is out of reported salary that is for full-time, long-term positions.  The number of minority women graduates who reported their salary is less than five and has been omitted from the graph. The number of minority men who reported salary is 5, the number of non-minority men who reported salary is 26 and the number of non-minority women who reported salary is 13. 


Employment by Region

Employment by Region

Full-time Long-term Salaries

 

Number
Reported

% of
Reported

# with
Salary

25th
Percentile

Median

75th
Percentile

Mean

Mid-Atlantic

1

0.9

.

.

.

.

.

E North Central

5

4.3

.

.

.

.

.

W North Central

91

79.1

35

44,000

56,000

85,000

65,640

South Atlantic

2

1.7

.

.

.

.

.

E South Central

2

1.7

.

.

.

.

.

W South Central

3

2.6

.

.

.

.

.

Mountain

4

3.5

.

.

.

.

.

Pacific

5

4.3

.

.

.

.

.

Foreign

2

1.7

.

.

.

.

.

Subtotal

115

100

 

Salary information for region is out of full-time, long-term positions. The only region with more than 5 salaries reported is the West North Central region. All other salary information has been omitted.  


Employment in Minnesota and Outside of Minnesota

Location of Jobs

Full-time Long-term Salaries

 

Number
Reported

% of
Reported

# with
Salary

25th
Percentile

Median

75th
Percentile

Mean

Minnesota

87

75.7%

33

45,000

58,000

85,000

67,097

Out of Minnesota

28

24.3%

12

40,000

42,300

57,500

46,433

Subtotal

115

100%

 

 

 

Region

State

# of Jobs

% of Jobs

Mid-Atlantic

Pennsylvania

1

0.9%

 

Subtotal

1

0.9%

E North Central

Wisconsin

5

4.3%

 

Subtotal

5

4.3%

W North Central

Iowa

1

0.9%

 

Kansas 

1

0.9%

 

Minnesota 

87

75.7%

 

North Dakota 

1

0.9%

  South Dakota

1

0.9%

  Subtotal

91

79.1%

South Atlantic

Washington D.C.  1 0.9%

 

Georgia 1 0.9%
  Subtotal 2 1.7%
E South Central Kentucky 2 1.7%
  Subtotal 2 1.7%
W South Central Louisiana 2 1.7%
  Texas 1 0.9%
  Subtotal 3 2.6%
Mountain Arizona 2 1.7%
  Colorado 2 1.7%
  Subtotal 4 3.5%
Pacific California 1 0.9%
  Oregon 2 1.7%
  Washington 2 1.7%
  Subtotal 5 4.3%
Non-US Locations Non-US Locations 2 1.7%
  Subtotal 2 1.7%
TOTAL   115 100.0%

Number of States and Territories with Employed Graduates: 17

Location of In-State Jobs

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

 Bloomington

3 3.4% 
Brooklyn Park 

1.1% 
Duluth  1.1% 
Eagan  8.0% 
Maplewood  1.1% 
Minneapolis  40  46.0%
Minnetonka

1

1.1%
Rochester

1

1.1%
St. Paul

11

12.6%
Other/Unknown MN

21

24.1

Total

87

100.0%


Source of Job

Source of Job

Number
Reported

% of
Reported

Fall OCI

4

5.1

Job fair/consortia

3

3.8

Job Posting

14

17.9

Commercial Internet Site

8

10.3

Return to Prior Job

3

3.8

Referral

22

28.2

Start own practice

11

14.1

Self-initiated/letter

4

5.1

Temp Agency

2

2.6

Other

7

9.0

Subtotal

78

100.0

Source of Job: Academic

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

Job Posting

1

100.0%

Subtotal

1

100.0%

 

Source of Job: Business

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

Fall OCI

0

0%

Job Posting

2

8.7%

Return to Pre-Law School Job

1

4.3%

Referral

6

26.1%

Self-initiated/letter

2

8.7%

Temp Agency

2

8.7%

All Other

10

43.5%

Total

23

100.0%

 

Source of Job: Judicial Clerkship

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

Fall OCI

0

0%

Job Posting

2

66.7%

Return to Pre-Law School Job

0

0%

Referral

0

0%

Self-initiated/letter

0

0%

Temp Agency

0

0%

All Other

1

33.3%

Total

3

100.0%

 

Source of Job: Law Firms of 50 or Fewer

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

Fall OCI

1

3.7%

Job Posting

5

18.5%

Return to Pre-Law School Job

0

0%

Referral

9

33.3%

Self-initiated/letter

1

3.7%

Temp Agency

0

0%

All Other

11

40.7%

Total

27

100.0%

 

Source of Job: Law Firms of 51 or More

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

Fall OCI

3

30.0%

Job Posting

2

20.0%

Return to Pre-Law School Job

1

10.0%

Referral

3

30.0%

Self-initiated/letter

0

0%

Temp Agency

0

0%

All Other

1

10.0%

Total

10

100.0%

 

Source of Job: Government

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

Fall OCI

0

0%

Job Posting

2

25.0%

Return to Pre-Law School Job

1

12.5%

Referral

1

12.5%

Self-initiated/letter

0

0%

Temp Agency

0

0%

All Other

4

50.0%

Total

8

100.0%

 

Source of Job: Public Interest

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

Fall OCI

0

0%

Job Posting

0

0%

Return to Pre-Law School Job

0

0%

Referral

3

50.0%

Self-initiated/letter

1

16.7%

Temp Agency

0

0%

All Other

2

33.3%

Total

6

100.0%

 

Source of Job: All Employer Types*

Number 
Reported

% of 
Reported

Fall OCI

4

5.1%

Job Posting

14

17.9%

Return to Pre-Law School Job

3

3.8%

Referral

22

28.2%

Self-initiated/letter

4

5.1%

Temp Agency

2

2.6%

All Other

29

37.2%

Total

78

100.0%

* Excludes jobs for which a source, employer type, or frim size was not reported.

"Other" also includes job fairs, spring OCI, commercial websites, and the self-employed.


Timing of Job Offer

Timing of Job Offer

Number
Reported

% of
Reported

After Bar Results

31

33.3%

Before Graduation

27

29.0%

Before Bar Results

35

37.6%

Subtotal

93

100.0%


Search Status of Employed Grads

Search Status of Employed Grads

Number
Reported

% of
Reported

Seeking a different job

34

36.2%

Not seeking a different job

60

63.8%

Subtotal

94

100.0%

 

This graph is out of the 94 employed graduates who also reported if they were currently seeking a job other than their current employment. 


Duration of Employment Sorted by Employer Type

 

Jobs lasting a year or more

 
 

Total
Number

Number of Indefinite Duration

Number of Fixed Duration

Number of
Short-term
Jobs

Academic

1

1

.

.

Business

27

18

.

10

Judicial Clerk

6

1

3

2

Unknown Type

2

.

.

.

Private Practice

45

26

.

6

Government

9

6

.

.

Public Interest

6

2

1

1

Total Reported

96

54

4

19

Note: Figures for job duration are based on jobs for which the item was reported, and thus may not add to the total number of jobs.
The count of jobs funded by the law school is a total, regardless of duration.


Employment Information 2006 - 2011

The following charts identify a consistent pattern of employment over the course of our graduating classes in private practice, business, public interest, and judicial clerkships.  In addition, most of our graduates each year stay and work in Minnesota.

Job Location Nine Months: After Graduation Class of 2010 graph.

Job Location: Nine Months After Graduation (North West Central Omitted) 2011

2011 Bar Admission Required and JD Advantage Employers

The following list of employers, organized by employer type, includes those employers which required the graduates to be admitted to the bar or preferred the graduates to have a JD degree. 

Law Firm Employers

  • Against The Grain, LLC
  • Bassford Remele, A Professional Association
  • Beisel & Dunlevy, P.A.
  • Benefits and Business Law PLLC
  • Booth & Lavorato LLC
  • Bowman and Brooke LLP
  • Brockton Hunter, PA
  • Brooks, Cameron & Huebsch, PLLC
  • Carlson Law Office
  • Christopher R. Walsh Law Firm
  • Dady & Gardner, PA
  • Davis Law Firm
  • Dorsey & Whitney LLP
  • Duncan, Green, Brown, & Langeness
  • Estudio Juridico Gerke Sociedad Civil
  • Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
  • Felhaber, Larson, Fenlon & Vogt, P.A.
  • Fish & Richardson, P.C.
  • Ford & Harrison LLP
  • Foster Law
  • Gay Lynn Babin
  • Gray & Associates
  •  Halunen & Associates
  • Harrelson Law Office
  • Heimerl & Lammers
  • Huson Law Firm, P.L.L.C.
  • JD Haas and Associates
  • Johansen Law Office
  • John W Davis and Associates
  • Kamrath Law Group L.L.C.
  • Klosowsky Law Offices
  • Leonard, Street, and Deinard, P.A.
  • Lind, Jensen, Sullivan & Peterson
  • Macdonald Law Office
  • Meagher & Geer, P.L.L.P.
  • Moss & Barnett, P.A. 
  • Naros Law
  • Nichols Kaster, PLLP
  • Parker & Wenner P.A.
  • Premier Law Group
  • Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi, L.L.P.
  • Rohne Law Offices, P.A.
  • Sherman & Patterson, Ltd.
  • Tessneer Law Office
  • The Law Office of Jed Benjamin Iverson    
 

 

Business or Industry Employers

  • AonBenfield
  • Bou-Matic
  • Deloitte & Touche LLP
  • Engelmeier and Umanah
  • JC Ramsdell Enviro Services 
    Inc.
  • IFA
  • Integreon
  • JPMorgan Chase
  • Kroll Ontrack 
  • Mergis Group
  • Qmedtrix
  • Regency Beauty Institute 
  • REV Solutions Inc.
  • Robert Half Legal
  • Target Canada
  • Target Corporation
  • Thomson Reuters
  • US Bancorp
  • VIR Solutions, Inc.
  • Wells Fargo & Company

 

Public Interest Employers

  • Colorado State Public Defender
  • Hennepin County Public Defender's Office
  • International Justice Mission
  • Louisville Metro Public Defender
  • National Community Stabilization Trust

 

Government Employers

  • City of St. Paul Department of Human Rights
  • Hennepin County Office of Multi-Cultural Services
  • Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe
  • Minnesota Attorney General's Office
  • Minnesota House of Representatives
  • MN Attorney General Office
  • MN House of Representatives
  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

 

Judicial Clerkships

  • Kansas State District Court
  • Minnesota 4th Judicial District Court
  • Minnesota 6th Judicial District
  • Minnesota 9th Judicial District
  • Minnesota Court of Appeals
  • Minnesota Supreme Court
  • US Bankruptcy Court (Minneapolis, MN)

 

Military

  • United States Army

 

Academic Employers

  • Southern University Law Center