Yes we do. I hate to break it to you, but most big city prosecutors went to top schools. There is NO need for TTTs and especially TTTTs. There just isn't. If there were only two-tiers, then everybody would end up in some legal job and you wouldn't have the struggle that goes on with some of your fellow-classmates (assuming you go to a TTT).
However, continue to argue the facts. It is reality that many TTT grads will STRUGGLE to find ANY meaningful legal employment.
how did you end up with such a crippling inferiority complex? furthermore, have you ever taken an economics class in your life?http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&safe=off&rlz=1T4ADBF_enUS231US232&q=university+of+dayton+law+j.d
here are some u. dayton grads. are they all doing meaningless legal work? and who said anything about "big city prosecutors"? dude, i live in ohio, and we have 88 counties, each of which has a prosecutor's office. the vast majority of ohio county prosecutors did not go to T14s or even T1s. a ton of them went to places like dayton, toledo, and capital, and the same goes for all the public defenders, city law directors, and small- to mid-size practices that dot my state.
these positions don't just exist in a vacuum. they're there because millions of ohioans have wills that need to be written, divorces that need to be settled, and tons of other little mundane, non-glamorous legal services that need to be fulfilled.
i'm not the one who is disputing the facts. you keep setting forth this idea that if all TTTs and TTTTs were dismantled, society would be somehow better off. you have yet to demonstrate how that is the case.