The point is........you will find a job.........you will do fine.........most law schools are not bad investments.........
Finally an encouraging post!
BTW,does T2 stand for top 20 and t4 for top 40?
That and 99c will buy you an item off the 99c value menu. At what point does "encouragement" turn into a lie which will harm your future?
I think it's more about parity than about deceiving someone. We hear a *lot* of horror stories. There seems to be a stream of current and former law students who want to espouse this knowledge (undoubtedly because they went to law school for the wrong reasons and now resent their situation.) However, we rarely hear the story "I'm a T2 grad and I'm facing bankruptcy because I can't find a job." It always seems to come from T14's who think the rest of us are going to hell in a fast car. It gets old quickly.
I have a friend who graduated with a Computer Science degree from a T4 public university, barely made it into a T2 law school, graduated in the top 10% of his class with an interest in IP and is starting with a T10 law firm this fall making the $160K salary that is apparently so scarce and greatly coveted. So it happens. It doesn't happen to everyone or even a lot of people, but it happens to people who work hard and want it enough.
Better advice would be: XYZ is what you have to do to get a good job/get into the top 10% if you're in a T2/T3 law school. Even better: "This is what I did to get into the top 10% at my Tier 2 school." I suppose that students in that situation have no reason to be on this board.