I don't know anything about that particular field of litigation, but I can tell you that law school has almost nothing to do with the bar and the degree of bar-relatedness of the school is pretty much inversely correlated with school rank oddly enough. That is, doing Concord almost certainly won't make you, personally, any less likely to pass than if you went to Harvard or Stanford. Bar pass rates by school are primarily a proxy for how smart/motivated that schools students are. To some extent, some schools, particularly lower-ranked regional schools will focus more on preparing students for the bar and maybe their students have an advantage in that respect, but the "better" schools don't really teach to the bar.
If you fail the bar, study more and re-take it
Overall passing the bar isn't that hard. Its annoying though. You've just gotta study for a couple of months, memorize a bunch of crap, then write that crap down for a day or three and promptly forget it all that night:)
(btw I just passed the bar).