I understand the law schools are graduating vastly more people than there are jobs waiting.
That's been the case for years & years. More so in recent times.
The WSJ had an article in the last week or two saying (if I remember right) about 50% of law school grads can't find legal jobs.
Many law schools, in turn, pad their own stats regarding graduates getting jobs by setting grads up with temporary positions, paid for by the law school. Presto! - Their graduates are getting jobs!