I slightly disagree. Remember that second to academics, networking is key to the job hunt. From what I've seen, what often distinguishes "elite" schools from the rest is their Career Services Office, although sometimes this does include the pre-law advisor. This is even more important if there is a possibility that you will be working between undergrad and law school. And, if your law school is less well-known than your undergrad, you'll have that network to pull from.