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Definitely Marquette. There are only two law schools in the state and no bar examination. Wisconsin isn't exactly a legal mecca, but you'll be able to find a job if you do pretty well in school. The money is just icing on the cake.
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Keep in mind that there is no reporting rate provided for the firm size breakdown nor the salary breakdown. We have no way of knowing whether a majority of graduates are working in large firms or in solo practices. We also don't know whether those salary figures are based on everyone working in a given practice sector or a single graduate working in that area. Without that information, you cannot glean an accurate picture of employment prospects from those breakdowns.
OP, I would choose Marquette for the reasons stated above.