look, I'm new here, so I don't know why YBR wants to be argumentative to the point of hostility toward NCCU. But don't sweat it.
Here's what we know: NCCU is a T4 local/regional school, and if you want to go there you should know that there are a lot of quality law schools in the area, and you're going to have to work very hard, network, and generally be vigilant from day 1 to try and get that job landed. And even then, keep those fingers crossed.
I know students at NCCU Law. It's part of the reason I felt comfortable going there over other schools I got into. It's not the nightmare that YBR implies, but you will have to work hard and hope for good things. My wife's good friend is a 3L/recent grad who already has her job lined up at the Orange co. PD's office. She interned at local courts, went on lots of interviews, networked with alumni (NCCU has lots of grads in the NC court system) and things worked out. I know particular examples like these are anecdotal, but it's only to demonstrate that it can be done.
I chose NCCU over Campbell. Is Campbell a better law school? Maybe, probably, I don't know, but the difference would be marginal anyway from my investigation. Cost definitely tilted me toward NCCU.
I agree it's very dissapointing that NCCU's website is not more interactive, and they do not report career stats to US NEWS. But call/email Lisa Morgan, the assistant dean for Career Services at NCCU, she's very friendly, and she'll give you the scoop. here's the link for contact infohttp://ariel.acc.nccu.edu/law/career/index.html
I really do not know why I'm having to say this stuff over and over again. If you look back at my posts in this thread, they are essentially the same.
Maybe YBR wants to patronize schools like NCCU and those who want to go there. I think probably he/she justs wants to "win" the argument, and that's fine. Call Lisa, also Harry Anderson (the Day Program recruiter-follow the links). they are very affable and won't hide things from you.
call Campbell, Elon, and whoever. just do your own research and make the best choice for you.