The American Bar Association says many recent law school graduates are struggling to find a job.  New data shows that 16-percent of graduates from California law schools in 2012 were unemployed and looking for work up to nine months after graduation.  Roughly half of the graduates with a law degree had full-time jobs, while many others are underemployed.  It's not a promising start considering that many are saddled with tuition-related debt that ranges between 38-and-50-thousand-dollars a year at many of the state's law schools.