Whether working for a law firm, judge, government agency, business, think-tank, non-profit, or legislative office, Scalia Law students find no shortage of ways to apply their legal training in the field. Scalia Law’s proximity to downtown Washington, D.C., means year-round networking opportunities and job access. Our rigorous academic and career programs fully position students to excel in whatever job they pursue.
* 93% of 2015 graduates were employed full-time or pursuing an advanced degree within 9-months of graduation
* The overall pass rate for students taking the Virginia Bar has been above the state average for the last 10 examinations.
* While most graduates stay in the D.C., Maryland, Virginia area, there are Scalia Law graduates in all 50 states.
The Career Office has been great. They bring in alumni. They bring in active practitioners and judges and all sorts of folks to help us network and meet people, and the advice they give and the experience that they've got has been the primary factor, I think, in what's made me successful thus far.
Early on, as a first year, CAAS provided a lot of workshops on just how to attack law school. And I found that it was very helpful because it had been a long time since I've been back in grad school. I think, with my combination of a CPA and a JD, I will have tremendous opportunities. I want to go into corporate law, which is what my final job offer from my law firm is-- to work and help emerging companies. I'm very excited about that, and I'm very proud to be at Scalia Law School-- a soon-to-be grad.
At George Mason, I really learned that my skills really were in litigation. Now, I'm in federal practice representing the United States, which George Mason prepared me for a very, very well. The Law and Economics program at George Mason has made me a much better litigator. It's helped me see the bigger picture in the ways that often opposing counsel of mine doesn't see. I've loved the work that I've been doing since I graduated from George Mason.