These schools are simply non-starters
Underemployment rate (unemployed + non-professional + part-time): 66%
Legal employment rate (FT-BR employment - firms with <10 people - school funded): 11%
Underemployment rate (unemployed + non-professional + part-time): 39%
Legal employment rate (FT-BR employment - firms with <10 people - school funded): 14%
I appreciate what you're trying to do, but you're doing more harm than good. Your numbers and process are flatly wrong.
Whittier, using your computation, has 76 in your underemployed category. Divide 76 into 123, you get 62%. Divide it into 120 (i.e. subtracting unknowns) and you get 63%. It looks like you subtracted unknowns from the denominator and then double counted non-professional part-timers. I have no idea what you did with SW.
For your legal employment rate, you're being misleading. First, not all school-funded jobs fall into the full-time BPR or long-term, full-time BPR categories. Second, not all graduates in non-solo shops of 2-10 attorneys are hanging a shingle together. Many suspect that it is a non-negligible number, but there's insufficient data to back this up. By all means, flag schools that place an inordinate amount of graduates in these jobs so that people know to ask questions of those schools, but it is irresponsible and damaging to put a worse face on the numbers than adequate evidence supports.
I suggest you use LST's Employment and Under-Employment Scores instead. It will save you some time and encourage people to look at things for themselves instead of believing your analysis.