No degree from a small, highly ranked, private institution comes without its cost, and USC Law is no exception. Yes, our tuition is high - but so is the return on your investment. Over the course of a career, lawyers in private practice can earn $5 million to $10 million, and USC Law graduates start out with top-rung salaries. Other career choices offer equally generous pay-back in job satisfaction and lasting friendships.
http://weblaw.usc.edu/why/ (may need to scroll through to the "Return on Your Investment" slide)
Now, I am sure that their claim is literally true - attorneys in private practice "can" earn $5-10 million over the course of their careers, but this quote is incredibly dismissive of the real problem that law school cost poses in light of what graduates will most likely earn. Also a bit bold is the site's statement that prospective students should "expect to be lured by jobs throughout the country." However real USC's national placement may be, I doubt many law students today would characterize a national job search as being "lured" by employers across the country (except in the unexceptional sense of finding such jobs attractive).