ED Penn is probably the best scenario for you. You won't really get significant money from any school that Penn isn't a hell of a lot better than and you probably won't get into a T6
1.) If my goal is biglaw, would Cornell w/ $$ be better than Penn?
2.) Also, how much money could I get with Cornell?
Some people with around your numbers were getting $$, and it was all over the place: http://cornell.lawschoolnumbers.com/app ... ,8&type=jd
Have you checked out Law School Transparency? They give very detailed stats on placement for 2010 and 2011. For Biglaw, Cornell's looks a little better than Penn's for 2010, and Penn looks a lot better than Cornell for 2011. Keep in mind:
1) Cornell has a tiny class size, and more variation might be expected,
2) c/o 2010 reflects the damage done by no-offers (summer associates who were not offered a permanent job), while c/o 2011 reflects the damage done by law firms who just did not want to hire people that year. Cornell looks stellar in 2010, but that may just be the result of a bunch of Cornell grads getting lucky that year and landing at firms which didn't no-offer them after their summer ended. For whatever reason when law firms had to make massive cuts in hiring Cornell suffered deeply while Penn suffered less.
3) OCI has gone better at the T-14 since then. Assuming something disastrous like c/o 2011 doesn't happen again, I don't think you should expect going to Penn will give you as much of an advantage as c/o 2011's stats indicate.