If we're content with going to Brooklyn, then why should it really bother you that much?
Sure, we're "oversaturating" the market, but I think that's more true of NYLS, Touro, etc.
Regardless, if whichever school you are attending is really that much better than Brooklyn and we'll always be passed over by employers so they can hire from your school, then the fact that we're trying to get jobs in the same market shouldn't matter at all.
If we're "bringing salaries down" because there are more of us, then that means that employers must not think you are as irreplaceable as you think you are; if they wouldn't consider hiring us, then using us as a tool to justify lower salaries is simply a bluff. Care to call them out on it? It seems like you're pretty damn sure of yourself.
The market in NYC is already saturated above and beyond all reason. Why not just go to CUNY if you're hell bent on lawschool, since at least its dirt cheap?
As an attorney who worked in several small to mid-sized NYC firms, I can tell you that employers make no distinction whatsoever between Brooklyn, 'Bozo, NYLS, Touro, Pace, or CUNY. Once you get below Fordham, all the other dumps are kind of lumped together as the TTT's and "feeders" to rinky-dink shitlaw firms/solos which run craigslist ads. A lot of Brooklyn grads also worked as temps at the big firms doing doc review for $25 to $30 an hour, but those jobs are pretty much long gone now since the judges allow software and "predictive coding" to scan the docs rather than TTT grads. Also a lot of that work was/is outsourced to India.
My last NYC firm (insurance defense, about 15 attorneys) had associates from all of these schools. These type firms hire more on personality and "fit" than what school one went to, since the work these places do (personal injury, insurance defense, landlord tenant) is cookie cutter and could basically be done by an 8th grader. These places just want a law license to cover the shitlaw appearances and stip out the garbage motions and other slop they churn. FYI as someone with 4 years exepreince/admission to NY & NJ bars, I made 60 K plus a crappy Oxford HMO and a 1000 "bonus" for about 50-55 hours a week of court & paper churning.
The odds of getting proper NYC biglaw out of Brooklyn now are so small as to be laughable and a non-factor in your decision making. At best you might end up at WEMED or a similar insurance defense mill, making less than 1/2 biglaw pay for the same hours and stress/misery. I have about a half dozen Brooklyn grads among my friends, and most are already out of law altogether, except one ex-GF who now works for Brooklyn Children's Services for like 55 K a year and is an 2004 grad. She only does the job to get the health benefits for her kids, since her hubby is self-employed as a restaurant owner. She also has no debt (parents paid tution), and her grandmother left her a nice condo in Carroll Gardens.
There's a ton of hatred for this school from alumni, an infamous dean named Joan King took a lot of heat a few years ago for lying about salary/employment data and having the gall to take a limo to work every morning from her apartment on Park Avenue.