Shaggier1 wrote:If you know what state you want to practice in, and you're getting some good money from the best school in the state, I would just go there. I don't really see the point of going that much farther in debt when you get be at the state school building up a network in that state and going for relatively nothing, cost-wise.
Could not agree more. Take the money and run.
ToTransferOrNot has (1) actually seen GPA/callback data at both a T30-ish state school and a T6; (2) has actually gone through OCI. Listen to his advice.