O'Connor, I'll make this quick:
1. Not everyone at top schools wants to go to a big, national/multinational firm. Not even every transfer wants to do that. I know transfers at my school who are doing other things like working for the government or going to regional firms. A lot of students in general only do biglaw to pay down debt for a couple years anyway. I never said I was going to biglaw by the way.
2. Anyone who takes on the debt as a result of the INSANE tuition law schools charge, and especially the tuition the low ranked schools have the gall to charge should be concerned about how to service that debt. For a lot of students who need to pay down debt, what kind of starting salary available to them is very important. That's the perspective I'm emphasizing.
3. I attended a regional t2 school before transferring. Beyond my school, I'm familiar with the situation at other similar T2/T3/T4 schools through various contacts and acquaintances. I also know graduates of schools that run the gamut. I think I have a pretty good idea of the kinds of job prospects available to students at T2/T3/T4 schools. If anyone doesn't believe me, they can always do the research themselves. A lot of the info is out there if you know where to look. It isn't pretty out there, I'll tell you that much.
4. I have nothing against low ranked schools per se. However, I'd much rather see students who have to or choose to attend such schools get some sort of generous aid package (ideally not tied to GPA) or attend a cheaper, in-state public law school.