Oklahoma law school graduates face better job market than national average, data suggests

Recent employment data suggest new law school graduates are still having trouble finding work, prompting questions about whether the nation needs as many attorneys as its law schools are producing. But Oklahoma’s three law schools appear to buck that trend.

BY SILAS ALLEN Published: July 29, 2012
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How do you know if your state has too many lawyers?

It might sound like the setup for a well-worn joke. But recent employment data suggest new law school graduates are still having trouble finding work — prompting questions about whether the nation needs as many attorneys as its law schools are producing.

But Oklahoma’s...

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