I have no idea what jdohno is talking about. Baylor is only second to UT in Texas as far as law program. For what ever reason SMU beats it out in the rankings, but BU puts out 100% better lawyers than SMU ever year. It is in a boring area, that is true, and what is even worse are some of the crazy people there that tell you that you are going to hell every time you look at them wrong. My cousin got a full ride down there too and had to leave after one semester for that exact reason.
That being said...You probably will not have problems transfering into UT simply for residency reasons (and the opposite for UCLA for the same reasons). Since UT is a state school they have to take 80% residents and you only have to be here for a year to qualify for that. That doesn't always apply for transfers, but it's better on an app. Also, I talked to a guy last year that transfered from a crappy school to UT, but he was #1 in the class.
regardless, Good luck in what ever you decide