Law school should be approached with caution there is no question about that. Anytime you are spending a 100k on something you should really think about it, but if you choose to do something take some accountability for your decision. Everybody points the finger at somebody else in every aspect of life constantly and it is just so annoying.
If you go to a tier 3/4 school you are going to have work harder than somebody at Harvard to get a job and you should know that. If you are the type of person that goes to GGU, Chapman, Cooley, FIU etc and thinks that people are going to come knocking on your door then you got another thing coming. You will be the one having to go knocking on doors and if you sit around bi***ing about how people are not lined up to hand you jobs you will form a website like JDunderground. If you go to those schools and put real effort in while in school by doing well academically, joining clinics, doing internships, etc to learn how the real world works and then after you graduate put in a lot of real work to find a job it will probably work out. If you finish in the middle of the curve at a tier 4, study abroad your 1L, do nothing your 2L, nothing your 3L graduate and send out 3 resumes and say it is not fair well then you are going to be unemployed. You would probably get the same result at highly ranked schools if you took that course of action over 3 years.