GULC has problems like a lot of other schools. GULC students take a risk like any other law school students except for YHS. Is GULC's risk somehow at a point where it hits some arbitrary line and crosses the threshold into 'dumpster fire?' I don't think so, but maybe we just define terms differently and agree on the substantive problems.
No. I don't know why people think this way. It's definitely a sliding scale from Yale on down to Georgetown, not some staggered binary from three schools to the rest. Georgetown students take significantly more "risk", often for more debt, than Chicago or Columbia students (among others) for whom striking out due to placement in the class is not a legitimate fear. At Georgetown this "risk" afflicts more than 200 students, and that's being generous with your government self-select figures.
That being said, the GULC broken record bashers and apologists just have to stop. Both sides. It's getting really annoying now. Please.