Your right baby lawyer an internship is not the same as a salaried attorney position so I can't really say what will happen until two years from now if and when I pass the bar. There were quite a few graduates from GGU and even JFK, New Mission and Lincoln law school that were at the table interviewing me and had full time positions.
However, all J.D.'s are not created equally I mean a basic fact is that if you go to JFK or Lincoln you get a J.D., but you can't be a lawyer outside of California so that right there does not make all J.D.'s equal. A degree from Harvard, Stanford, Yale, schools of that Elk will open more doors than Cooley, GGU, Cal Western. The same would be true in any profession a computer science degree from Stanford opens more doors than one from San Jose State. Not that San Jose State Grads can't get a job, but just getting into a school like Stanford is an accomplishment and you have to be extremely motivated and intelligent to even be considered to get in.
It's the same thing in sports I mean Duke was not recruiting me you have to be a special player to have Coach K even acknowledge you. Bottom line is some people have more natural talent than others and that is the way it is.