Tier 1 and ranked 8th of all the Midwestern colleges in the U.S.? Lol, yeah it is not a good school. You're a joke man. You are just angry because you couldn't cut it for a good law school and had to settle for Cooley.
In experience of going to law school. People are easily surpassed if they aren't as intelligent as a person who has a high intelligence gap over them.
I will earn my B.A. in the winter of this year. I have no qualms about the LSAT because I am prepared for it and know I will do well. It is a given for me anyway. With adequate prep time and intellectual capacity, I will do well on it. Those who don't score above a 160 are not meant to be lawyers.
All they have is a few years over me, nothing else. I will soon bridge that gap by graduating college early and going to law school. If they pass the bar, so be it, but I will pass the bar as well, then what? What differentiates us? Oh! I know. I will have an international studies degree, I am fluent in German and have proficiency in Spanish, I will have a finance degree along with a passing score of 79% on the series 7, hopefully an MBA, know a few people at law firms, hopefully a top 10 law school, and good grades. They have nothing except years, nothing else. All they have is a goddamn J.D. which does not say much as that is similar to a degree is bad sociology.
It is a tool to become a lawyer. It is an essential tool but at the end of the day, it is only useful for legal purposes. That is why I broadened my base and made myself more pleasing to future employers eyes as I am going into corporate law.