I can name several T4s that have attrition rates in excess of 10% - 25% due to flunk outs.... #1 Cooley. This isn't a Cooley bash, but the whole attrition rate (flunking out) is primarily night students and those who decided the law isn't for them is admissions rhetoric. Usually a solid 1/2 or higher of the stated attrition rate are those who don't academically cut it or are close to academic probation and opt out. T4s aren't a death sentence for the right people, but SEVERAL of the lower ranked schools lose students to academic failure all 3 years of law school... that NEVER happens at higher ranked schools. Someone mentioned Willamette, if you ever go sub 2.0 in any semester after 1L you are dismissed, doesn't matter what your overall GPA truly is... (a professor there handling transfers warned me away because of this ludicrous policy).