Look I'm trying not to be a dick but you consistently give advice that is overly optimistic. I recall your posts about your own difficulties w/ grades and finding a summer position. You seem like a nice enough person but you should agree this is drop-out territory.
My grades are median, that is correct. I actually got offered at two different venture capital funds but didn't take either cause I wouldn't have gotten the guidance I wanted.
That irrelevant personal info aside, I think that you have to consider the lasting impacts of this situation. If OP has something else he/she can do then this is the perfect "drop out" situation. But, if the OP is going to be working retail, or other low-level work, for the rest of his/her life then I think that it is not. We have already discussed how it is possible(note, that doesn't mean easy - but with work it can be done) to find a legal job in a less than ideal location. If I were the OP, in 10 years I'd rather be debt free and with 10 years of legal experience at a legal aid clinic than be a mid level manager at the local target. but to each their own I guess.