If thats true why do even IVY league grads keep showing up on the news crying about how they can't find work and how college "betrayed" them?
First, find me an unemployed Yale law grad in the news.
Second, because media outlets seek out unemployed ivy grads to make a good story. "West Dakota Community College Graduate Can't Find a Job" doesn't make for a good headline. "Harvard Graduate Can't Find a Job" does. But that doesn't change the fact that 95% of HYS law grads have no trouble finding employment, while the majority of graduates from certain schools have trouble.
I was saying to move here immediatly after getting licensed so it wouldnt be bad career wise, but its your life.
You do know that lots of US attorneys never set foot in a US classroom though right?
As far as I know, only New York allows foreign grads to just take the bar without an LLM. But they have to be trained in a common law country. Chile is a civil law country. Even if you could take the bar as a Chilean attorney, the pass rate for foreign trained attorneys is somewhere around 30%.