What else don't we know? Dish, dish, dish.
well, I hate to temper your enthusiasm for Hastings, but even it is no guarantee of employment in SF proper. Career services told us that there are usually 1000-1200 positions for new attorneys in SF per year. Think about all the Bay Area schools...Hastings, Boalt, Davis, Stanford, USF, Golden Gate, Santa Clara, etc. plus a handful of CBA approved law schools. You are talking about well over 2000 students. Most people's first choice is to work in SF proper...it is the most interesting place to live and the salaries are usually higher than elsewhere. Now consider that all of the big firms in SF (a significant portion of that 1000-1200 figure) hire mostly from T14 schools.
I personally am fine with working in the East Bay, San Jose, Southern California, etc., but many people who choose to attend Hastings are not. Our careers office sent out a scathing email last semester lambasting our 2L class for not bidding on firms outside SF and outside the Bay Area.
OCI was bad last year, and it wasn't just me. I know many people with better grades, more work experience, etc. who also got shot down.