as far as quality of education, im sure its the same for all aba schools. and yes those on this board are just speculating including Candide. go visit each school and attend the one that you feel like. If you arent concerned with the attrition rate a southwestern then enjoy bc there has to be a bottom 20%. Its not impossible to work outside the region that you went to law school, it just requires more work on your part. The attachment to an undergrad gives you more options as far as joint degrees and specialties. Calling people bafoons and insane shows the lack of content in an argument and should be taken even less into consideration.