In a sense, going to a better school (aka "not a tier 4") will actually increase your chances of making it through and actually getting your degree (not to mention passing the bar). Academic attrition at many tier 4 schools (such as Cooley) is alarmingly high and you might need to be in the top half of the class to avoid flunking out. At the better schools, almost no one leaves for academic reasons.
This is exactly what I was looking for. I have read that the attrition level is high. Does that mean they literally kcik you out of school regardless of if you are passing or not based on percentages not grades?