92% of graduates of the Class of 2013 (with 98% reporting) were employed as of 9 months after graduation. Some 69% of the graduates were employed in positions where bar passage was required; an additional 14% were employed in positions where J.D. was an advantage. Click here for the Employment and Salary report.
2013-14 Annual Fund
Annual Fund Chair W. Michael Adams and Vice Chair Amy Lambert are enlisting fellow LSU Law graduates from across the state to help increase alumni participation in annual giving. Team leaders will soon be named in firms throughout the state.
What's the most important reason to give to the Annual Fund?
Your gift to the Annual Fund makes it possible for the Law Center to develop the next generation of leaders in the legal, business and public service arenas. Unrestricted gifts to the Annual Fund support:
Giving is easy. If your firm is participating in the drive, see the firm’s LSU Law representative. You may mail a gift along with a donation form to be provided by your firm representative, or donate online at the LSU Foundation website.
If your firm is not participating in the firm campaign, you may still donate online at any time via the LSU Foundation website, or mail a gift to the LSU Law Center's Office of Alumni Relations, 110 LSU Union Building, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803-0106.
All Law Center alums will receive information in September about how to donate to the Annual Fund.
A leadership gift to the Annual Fund ($1,000 or more) qualifies you for membership in the Chancellor’s Council. Young alums, graduating between 2008 and 2013, may join the Chancellor's Council for a $500 gift. Members receive discounts to select LSU on-campus activities, are the Chancellor’s guests at an annual dinner, and also receive individual recognition on the LSU Law website. Chancellor's Council members also receive invitations to numerous student and alumni events throughout the year.
For more information, contact Jane Hansen Dunn at 225/578-8644 or firstname.lastname@example.org.