Like $150K in debt and less than 50% (and as low as 25%) employment rates from lower tier CA ABA schools. Several of the CBE schools are half that price with superior employment stats for local jobs. You are correct that you do get what you pay for . . . sometimes.
by employment stats do you mean at a law firm or just jobs in general?
most online and part time students tend to be working (somewhere) the whole time they are in school, so employment in general fresh out of graduation for a lot of them may mean just still having the job they had even without the degree if it is not lawyer specific employment
which way are we talking about? What is your schools employment stats?