Employment at graduation is not too relevant, because no one can work while they are studying for the bar anyway.
Isn't each school's bar passage rate compared to the national average a little misleading? Far more people fail the CA and NY bars than many other states, and most law grads take the bar in the state in which they graduate. This ranking hurts schools in those states far more than schools in states with an "easy" bar (such as GA school)
J, if you didn't bring enough penis for everyone, you shouldn't have brought any penis at all.