Jew scammers at Roger Williams law school admit to lying about employment rates and even salary statistics but they won't do anything about it. They also admit the school hates blacks and poor people.DISCUSS
If by top 10 you mean t14, then yes, I agree. Outside of that, it's an uphill battle to get a job anywhere. This is particularly true once you're out of the top 40 or 50 schools.
But I think it's pretty pessimistic to say outside the top 40 or 50 schools its hard to get a job ANYWHERE. Graduates from even tier 4 schools hardly face an impossible odds to find jobs in mid or small firms, or even private practice. I'd be surprised if any ABA approved school had an employment rate of under 50 percent, even in the fourth tier. From what I know, they're all well above that.
Virtually any school outside of tier 1 is a bad investment. Why single out Roger Williams?