(1)Not that this person is a whiny b***, but if you go to law school it is up to you to succeed. You can say my school did not do xyz for me, but a successful person will figure it out.... (2)No school even Harvard guarantees career success and it is up to YOU. Higher education is kind of a rip off, but you have to deal with it.
I don't think anyone would deny that Harvard, Yale, Stanford opens doors. However, even at Harvard 10 people failed the bar this year. On top of that 15% of their students are unaccounted for. http://www.lawschooltransparency.com/clearinghouse/?school=harvard
Bottom line is a school guarantees you jack sh**.
If you fail the bar and have a J.D. from Harvard you cannot work as a lawyer.
There are plenty of successful tier 4 grads and plenty of unsuccessful ones. There are plenty of successful Ivy League Grads and plenty of unsuccessful ones. Life is what you make of it. Certainly helps to go to Harvard, but the rules still apply.
Mark this post -- Toledo will be ranked as a T4 school next year