The job hunt is a scary time. To be very, very truthful, the chances are that you will not find a job before you graduate. Unless you are a member of a top 10 school, then you might. The truth is that you will interview and interview, but unless you are in the top 10%, and ready to sell your soul for a big time firm that will chain you to a desk and work you for 80 hours, you are going to have to scrap.
I have been flirting with the idea of opening a solo practice. Barring that, maybe getting some other students together to open a small firm together. Not sure. What I do know, is that the stress of the unknown is a scary place to be. Don't be naive, assuming a job will fall in your lap. Work it. And be willing to go out on a limb.