Again this is not an easy decision, but the reality is no school anywhere guarantees you a job. Schools of this caliber will require you to do your own networking and job hunting and I sincerely doubt many employers would look at these schools much differently. However, I know absolutely nothing about the NY legal market so don't take my opinion to seriously.
IMHO you can look at employment numbers tell your blue in the face, but they really don't mean much. Schools at all levels play with the data in their favor and anti-law school people manipulate it another way. In my law school experience people that were normal, hard-working, smart, all that good stuff found jobs. The weird, loud, obnoxious, snobby guy in the back usually didn't find employment. I imagine that is the case wherever you go to school.
There are a few select schools where the pedigree really means something, but they are few and far between and neither of these are on that level. Again good luck whatever you decide.