I transferred to a school of similar rank as Emory last summer. Talking to people at UC-Davis it seems that about six people transferred up to UCLA, Stanford, Harvard, NYU etc. A ranking of #11 (if you kept it) would put you in good stead for any school in the top 14 but it's probably a shot in the dark as to which ones specifically would take you.
GPA and rank don't transfer BUT I imagine that most schools, like Davis, allow you to put all of that into your resume anyways for OCI. They want you to get a great job just as much as you do. However, many schools in the top 14 don't rank (or so I have heard) so it really probably doesn't matter; you'll get put in the pool of all of the school's students and likely get a big firm job if you want one.
Law review likely depends on the school. In general I hear that most schools will hold a separate write-on competition for transfer students (as Davis did) but be aware that often the Law Review may simply not have space for anyone new. Remember though that there are likley some journals you can join without needing to write-on. Good luck!