Saint Louis University

To help prospective students make informed decisions about if and where they should attend law school, Saint Louis University School of Law provides detailed information about our graduates’ employment status.

We have always reported our employment figures accurately and in accordance with ABA and NALP guidelines. SLU LAW also fully supports the ABA’s new standards for reporting employment data. We think more, or differently presented, information will ultimately help applicants make more informed choices, and we welcome these changes.

A law degree promotes problem-solving, dispute resolution, and analytical thinking – skills that are highly sought after across a wide spectrum of business endeavors and leadership positions. That said, we fully encourage students to thoroughly review their finances, future goals and plans before making a decision to obtain an advanced degree. (Related Link: Office of Financial Aid)

We encourage you to contact the Office of Career Services with questions or comments. 

Career Services Office
Saint Louis University School of Law
100 N. Tucker Blvd., Suite 1050
(314) 977-7100
(314) 977-4089 (Fax)