I should have added to my reply above: if you are looking at the SE Michigan/NW Ohio market, you really should apply to Michigan State. It is a strong up-and-coming school, w a nice facility on a fun campus w/ a serious commitment to student success.
Here is the MSU web page from its Career Services Office, showing how its graduates 'placed' last year:http://www.law.msu.edu/career/placement-rates.html
The % w/ jobs 9 mos after graduation was very impressive in this economy--over 98%. But even more impressive was the number who are getting jobs out of state--almost half the class, over 29 states, as you can see from the link above.
After MI, the 2d favorite state for MSU grads is Illinois. Thirty-one MSU grads took the Illinois bar. Passage rate: 100%. http://www.top-law-schools.com/michigan-state-college-of-law.html
. That's even better than MSU's state-topping 94% for the Michigan bar.
Some students are scared away from MSU b/c the 'sticker price' looks a little high at $34K. But:
"Over 50% of the 2009 class received scholarship assistance with the average award totaling $22,009." [Note: the program is even larger since 2010, so these numbers will be even more favorable for you]
If your credentials are good, apply.