I guess I don't really understand why you felt the need to reply to my post. Nowhere did I say I was set on transferring schools. I posted this in case someone has attempted to transfer under similar circumstances. I am perfectly fine graduating from either of these two schools, however, I like to stay informed about all my options. I am by no means heading into law school with the intent on transferring. I posted this in case someone has attempted to transfer under similar circumstances.
If you have nothing to say other than how hard it is to transfer, which is something I've already been made aware of, then what is the point in posting in response to my original statement? I guess I fail to see your logic. Forgive me if I'm wrong but more than likely you have attempted to transfer and either not reached your target school or successfully made any move at all. If anyone has any real information other than, "transferring is hard don't even think about it" please feel free to respond. I really value the input of those who have been through the process before whether successfully or unsuccessfully.
The poster's point, I'd guess, is that hypothetical transfer questions are a huge waste of time and energy. I mean, until one is finishing up 1L at Nova or Tulane with top 10% grades, what's the point? So, the poster is suggesting that you not even think about transferring or what it will take to transfer until it becomes an option.
The answer is that it takes a miracle to transfer from a T2 to a T14. And, if one's grades are THAT good, her job prospects are likely just as good if not better staying where she is.