http://www.law.fsu.edu/placement/docume ... ntData.pdfhttp://www.law.ufl.edu/career/employers ... statistics
UF does better with Big Law and they are the same after that, with maybe a slight advantage to FSU (prob due to Tallahassee being a better legal market.)
UF had more in Big Law. FSU had a better pct of graduates known to be employed fulltime at a job where bar passage is required. (70% to 62%). UF had more of an even distribution in law firm size, but FSU has a higher pct in firms larger than 100. They both had the same number of clerkships (12) though FSU has a smaller class.
IE: They are pretty much the same. UF is prob better for the top of the class, and FSU has a slight advantage for the rest. I would generally take the UF alumni network, but its not that big a deal. As has been stated on this site, they are generally the same.