I know 2 people who did different things. School in the mid/low 20s, both in the top 10 of the class. Both offered LR, and would have had the pick of any firm they wanted at OCI. One transferred to a T14. He likes it, but failed to write on to LR, and is not nearly the same rank. He did well in OCI, but would have probably done just as well if he stayed. Other person got accepted to T14s as a transfer, but he decided to stay. He's on LR, has contacts in the area, and pretty much had his pick of firms, getting callbacks almost everywhere he applied. (and took a job outside the local market - he wasn't limited to the local area)
So the way I see it, unless you have a specific reason to transfer (you know for sure you want to work in a specific location, or you get into Harvard and you really want to be an academic, etc.), you may be just as well off to stay where you are, especially if you make it onto law review. You're high grades and ranking will give you pretty much all of the same job opportunities coming from a school ranked 10 spots higher, and you'll have LR on top of that.