I know you are currently investigating which kind of law you would "like to go into" once you graduate from law school.
If you go to a lower-tier school and don't end up in the top 5% and law journal, your best bet at employment is a mill.
And there are many kinds of mills. There aren't just the personal injury mills who run their ads on television during Jerry Springer. You also have divorce mills and real property mills (they will search title and sell you title insurance).
What they all have in common: Phone numbers you can spell out (1-800-AMPUTEE), television advertisements during Judge Judy, and a staff filled with new graduates who are being worked 10-12 hour days for little pay.
Read more about mill structures here if you think you still think you will be able to "practice law" when you graduate.