I hope I can provide a different perspective. I am a small business owner. I have worked my butt off to get the business to a point where it can run pretty much on it's own with minimal oversight.
Why don't you unemployed law school grads hang your own shingle? Create a job. Stop looking for someone else to take care of you.
I hope I can offer a different perspective too. I am a law school graduate. I have a job. It's a fairly well-paying job, not Biglaw but enough to pay my loans off, live on, and still save a fair amount of money per month. I am not looking for someone to take care of me.
Yet I will tell all of you law is a TERRIBLE idea in terms of job security for 80-90% of the people entering law school right now. You have no idea how bad it is until you're put in the position of looking for a job afterwards. Plus if you're right out of law school you are not really qualified to practice law. You don't have the necessary skills to do anything practical.