Rankings aside...people have been telling me that my law degree from GULC (close location to NY, etc.,) would be more..."national"... transferable (easier to get a job abroad as well) while a degree from Northwestern would be "local," meaning restricted to Chicago. (also the difference in NU's IL Bar exam rate vs. GULC's NY Bar Exam) I know a lot of you will say both schools are great national schools, but if you JUST compare these two???
Is this true?
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GULC may be slightly more national than NU, however NU is placing a larger percentage of their class into biglaw ITE, due to its smaller class size. So which one is more important to you, mobility or biglaw placement?