If you plan moving out of state at about any law school the odds are not that good. Shockingly the majority of law schools are regional whether they are ranked 82nd or 172nd. Most people in New Hampshire will have no idea what Santa Clara University is and most people in San Jose will have never heard of Franklin Pierce. Going to a tier 4 is not the same as Harvard, but if you graduate and pass the bar you can get and likely will get a job as an attorney somewhere. That is if you actually look for a job. The reality is nobody will hand you anything coming from Nova or most schools it is up to you to make it happen.
You make a very good point. I just want people to realize that unless you go to a school that has a name, you may have a hard time finding a job. Even if you apply to South Carolina, which I think is ranked in the tier 4 or Michigan State, which is ranked in the tier 3, going to some place like Nova Law School will not help you in the long run. You are better off going and getting a masters or phd from a good school than heading to a tier 4 law school.