In Rankings and Employment Data, I noted that law-school funded jobs are included in the reported jobs in the Bar Passage Required, Full-time, Long-term category. In Law-School Funded Jobs, I discussed law-school funded jobs in general, but did not focus on the Bar Passage Required, Full-time, Long-term category. In New Law School Rankings: Employment Data Cleaned Of School Funded Jobs, Dan Filler netted out law-school funded jobs from that category, I thought I'd give you a little more information on the scope of law-school funding, and its affect on reported employment rates.
For the vast majority of law schools (86.3%), the school funding Bar Passage Required, Full-time, Long-term jobs is not a material issue. Over two-thirds (67.5%) of law schools did not fund any jobs in that category. For another 18.8% of law schools, such jobs added less than one percentage point to each school's total reported employment rate.
For the 27 schools that added at least one percentage point to their reported Bar Passage Required, Full-time, Long-term employment rate, the following table gives the percentage points added to the employment rate by law-school funded jobs.