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I live in the Philadelphia area and would like to practice around here but I have not ruled out practicing in an area like Boston either, I just need to visit the campus. However my question is based on better job opportunities after graduating. I know both are T4, but it seems like Suffolk has a better reputation and I see quite a few people from Suffolk that are in Big Law. There are also a few from Widener in Big Law too.