I already suggested he speak to an attorney to help him evaluate whether or not to even finish law school. But if he consults the law school & an attorney, he should bear in mind that he is speaking to two sets of professionals, but both sets have something to gain by him continuing his education. At this point, the law school has to mark him down somehow as attrition or in a lower bar passage rate; depending on which the school values more and the relative probabilities of each occurring, coupled with however many semesters in tuition remain to be extracted from OP, they could advise him against his actual financial interests. Likewise, the attorney gains a client if OP decides to continue his education, becomes even more invested in passing the bar, and decides to fight what is likely a losing battle. Attorneys sell optimism. So while he should definitely seek out the advice of both of those groups, he may actually be better served by at least coupling it with the advice of random internet person who has nothing to gain from him either way.
I tend to think that OP will believe whatever he wants to believe. So I doubt he'd drop out based on the advice of random internet person unless my comments helped him crystallize a fear/thought that he already had. At best, I can hope to sow a few additional considerations into the mix for him.