It's very much, so far as I can tell, such that as the list goes down the USNews list (to some extent, in the order they rank with some major caveats) the % you need to be for the "top jobs" is higher and higher (I.E. you'd need to be higher in your class at GULC than NYU to get a job at a firm of a particular caliber). There are many, many schools besides USNews' top 14 that place very well tho (BU, BC, GW, Fordham to name a few). Some T2s, T3s and even T4s have placement such that people can land very good jobs (granted these schools are less "national" than others, but within the region, they're often considered top-of-the line...e.g, Widener in DE, Suffolk in Boston, countless others).
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