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Salary Statistics

Below are salaries of full-time employed UT Law graduates for the Classes of 2011-13.

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*Class of 2013
*Class of 2012
*Class of 2011
Total Number of Employed Graduates
338
343
341
Number of Salaries Reported
275 (81%)
242 (71%)
252 (74%)
     75th Percentile
$160,000
$160,000
$160,000
     Median
$100,000
$91,750
$82,500
     25th Percentile
$57,408
$57,400
$57,408
     Mean
$106,278
$102,756
$100,424
 
 
Business or Industry
 
Number of Salaries Reported
17 (57%)
12 (31%)
15 (30%)
     75th Percentile
$92,500
$82,500
$100,000
     Median
$75,000
$63,125
$75,000
     25th Percentile
$59,000
$55,000
$60,000
     Mean
$78,588
$72,271
$77,313
Government
 
Number of Salaries Reported
25 (71%)
16 (39%)
23 (59%)
     75th Percentile
$57,250
$54,500
$62,800
     Median
$50,704
$50,000
$57,696
     25th Percentile
$42,500
$45,500
$49,000
     Mean
$50,618
$49,513
$58,078
Judicial Clerkships
 
Number of Salaries Reported
47 (98%)
42 (100%)
45 (100%)
     75th Percentile
$60,000
$60,000
$57,408
     Median
$57,400
$57,404
$56,857
     25th Percentile
$50,000
$50,000
$50,000
     Mean
$55,620
$55,606
$54,665
Law Firms
 
Number of Salaries Reported
167 (82%)
156 (83%)
144 (77%)
     75th Percentile
$160,000
$160,000
$160,000
     Median
$160,000
$160,000
$160,000
     25th Percentile
$120,000
$93,750
$100,000
     Mean
$138,128
$128,806
$131,084
Public Interest
 
Number of Salaries Reported
15 (88%)
14 (47%)
10 (50%)
     75th Percentile
$46,000
$45,000
$50,000
     Median
$45,000
$45,000
$45,000
     25th Percentile
$42,500
$39,450
$45,000
     Mean
$45,555
$47,127
$48,200

See NALP reports for the Class of 2011 and Class of 2012.

* As provided by NALP reporting requirements, salaries may include some annualized salaries based on hourly and/or weekly wages reported.