I'm right now trying to decide between staying at my undergrad (the higher ranked of two schools) or going to another institution for law school (which has the program I want). I'll probably be posting another "Help me choose between school x and school Y" thread later, but right now, I want to know: do you think it's a good idea to stay at your undergrad for law school? Personally, since law school is such a trying time in your life, is having that security blanket helpful? Or will it just lead to trouble? My feeling is knowing the campus, the way the administration works as a whole, the housing, the town/city/cow pastures around the school means you are that far ahead of the curve when you start your 1L, and don't have to expend the time and energy to learn that. Anyone else have any thoughts?
And this all assumes you liked your undergraduate school enough to stay another three years. If you hated it, then a lot of these advantages go out the window.