This is my take on the OP's question.
Both my parents are UM graduates and both taught at UM Law and I live in Miami, so clearly I'm going to have some personal bias.
In my opinion, UF Law is objectively the best school to go to in the state, both in terms of rank and in terms of the low in-state tuition. If you get in and don't mind living in G-ville for a few years, that's the best choice. However
, if you are considering a choice between UM, Nova, and Stetson, or any other lower-ranked schools, I would DEFINITELY go for the U. From what my mother (who is a practicing attorney in Miami) has told me, fourth tier schools like Nova or other smaller Florida schools are NOT well respected in the SoFlo legal market. I personally know an attorney who graduated from a small fourth tier school in Florida and it has SEVERELY hurt his employment prospects, even though he has a stellar background otherwise.
I don't know much about Miami's national reach, but in Miami it is my understanding that UM is basically king, or at least regarded as equally favorable to UF. Other schools, like Nova, Florida Coastal, FIU, ect. are generally regarded as being very poor. There are exceptions to the rule (a partner at my mom's firm went to St. Thomas, for example) but in my experience that is the situation in Miami. I cannot speak for legal markets outside Miami, but my general feeling is that UF, FSU, and UM are the schools to consider. Anything outside those schools would likely, in my opinion, hurt your future employment prospects.