Yep. Just like one can be "successful" if they win the Special Olympics.
I agree, it was a bit extreme. But, sometimes, that's what you need to get people to understand that they shouldn't go to law school. The admission requirements for Tier 2 schools aren't exactly stringent. Retake the LSAT if you believe you don't belong in a T3 or T4. Stop feeding the law school bubble and don't ask for a bailout when you can't repay your loans.
I challenge anyone on this board to name 15 successful grads (v100 firm, federal judges, diplomats, CEO/Lead Counsel @ Fortune 500, etc.) from each one of these schools.
Oh, and if you're interested in seeing what the top 47.4% of Taft Law School grads were up to in 2002, before the market crash, here you go:http://www.taftu.edu/tls/surveyresults.htm
Funny that 89.2% went to Taft to become attorneys, but only 54.1% of the 47.4% that answered are actually practicing law.
I know a paralegal that was enrolled in one of these online scam schools. Her mind was ABSOLUTELY BLOWN when she discovered that she could never be eligible to practice law in her home state and that the only place she could take the bar was California.