1) You decided to research law schools (or not), gathering as much information as you wished; you did that
2) You decided to go to law school; you did that
3) You decided to pay your deposit, whether or not it was by loans; you did that
4) You decided to take out loans, and knew what the tuition was; you did that
5) You decided to take an obligation to pay back those loans, with interest (money ain't free); you did that.
6) You decided to earn a J.D.; you did thatC'mon guys, you, and not short fat professors with maturity problems and teenage-girl-style personal blogs, did all of those things. You need to take responsibility. Now is the time. Besides, even if you were "scammed", it's over, so there is no point in worrying about that now. Even Bill agrees with me. Remember this one?
Look, what is done cannot be now amended:
Men shall deal unadvisedly sometimes
Which after hours give leisure to repent.
See? I have poetry to support my position, and you don't. Really, it is a man's world, and either act like a man or get p0wned by one. So, either you become dean of your own educational institution, backed by government-subsidized loans but otherwise unconnected with the real job market, or stop the scamblogging. At this point, it is just a big bore. We've heard all your arguments already. They have already lost their power; you have desensitized us to both sewage and bad job opportunities. Avec ton Etre Supreme, said Billaud, tu commences m'embeter.
Remember, you did that. If you disagree, go post some photographs of open-pit sewers and call it day.
GO TO LAW SCHOOL!