Champlain College Law graduates are ready for career success.

Employers are searching for people who can think critically and analytically in regard to legal issues and arguments. In addition to having a solid legal background, a professional in the field of law must be able to communicate effectively.

Champlain's Law program prepares our graduates for success by providing the technical expertise as well as the soft skills, or power skills. You'll be an expert listener, communicator, and collaborator, making you invaluable to your employer and colleagues.

Where do Champlain Law graduates go after college?

Graduates from Champlain's undergraduate Law program are perfectly positioned for law school. We maintain articulation agreements with New York Law School and Vermont Law School to ease our grads' transition into those programs. Additionally, graduates attend law schools such as:

  • American University
  • California Western School of Law
  • Campbell University Law School
  • Duke University School of Law
  • George Mason University
  • Antonin Scalia Law School
  • Northeastern University School of Law
  • Northern Illinois University School of Law
  • Suffolk University Law School
  • Temple Law School
  • University of Albany School of Law
  • University of Michigan Law School
  • University of North Carolina School of Law
  • University of Pittsburgh School of Law
  • University of Texas School of Law Austin

Many of our graduates are ready to start their legal careers right after graduation. Recent graduates have accepted positions in departments such as: 

  • the Vermont Judicial Bureau
  • the Vermont Department of Labor
  • the State of Maine Judicial Branch of the Superior Court