I don't know much about Golden Gate, but I grew up in FL and I have friends who went to Stetson Law.
1) Pretty campus
2) Great location near the beaches and Tampa
3) Students are pretty nice and social. I've found most are from FL and attended UG in Florida. Some of my UCF friends went there.
4) Very well regarded in Orlando, Lakeland and Tampa (Central Florida area)... in fact, my peers and relatives were surprised I wasn't considering Stetson when I applied to law school. If you're in Central Florida, public consensus is that it is one of the top law schools.
5) I have friends working in both private practice and government. I know and know of Stetson Law grads working in Orlando, Tampa, St Pete and Washington, DC. It's a pvt school, so you may get more personal attention than at a larger public school (however, GG is a pvt school, isn't it?) Regardless, Stetson grads get jobs. They're pretty happy.
1) A prof there wrote a system of legal citation (like Bluebook). It is well-regarded, and my writing prof at UF used it. However, I hated it b/c every law review in the country uses blue book. I don't know whether that is a con or not, but I'm not a fan of the ALWD manual. I used it all year for class and then had to learn the Bluebook in 2 days for the Law Review write on at my school, whereas other students at my school bluebooked all year.
2)If you want to work in SF or CA in general, don't transfer to Stetson. It's a Florida school. I think it would be silly to move to the east coast if your goal is to work on the West Coast. I'm sure it can be done, but you're going to a great deal of trouble and expense going from one regional school to another, regardless of "tier."
3)Central Florida employers may not be as familiar with your school. In my experience talking to career services directors at different schools I am considering transferring to, for OCI, employers will still regard you based on your old school, as well as old class rank and grades. I have learned that if a firm has not had experience with your school before, they are more hesitant to take a chance on you when they can interview students from schools that they have had experience with.
4) Stetson's OCI is likely to pull local employers and it's already a slow market. I can't speak for the other FL schools, but UF's list is pretty spare this year, according to my 3L friends and recent grads. This leads me to think the other Florida schools' OCI opps will also be less this year. I would imagine that Stetson's list will be mostly local Tampa firms, and a few other Florida markets. Maybe a small handful of Stetson grads from out of FL recruiting for their firms.
Good luck! Stetson law is a pretty spot, the students are all pretty nice and you'll probably have a good time there. I don't know any students from Stetson who disliked their time there. Most really enjoyed it (as much as one can enjoy law school!) Just think about why you're interested in Stetson-- will it open the kinds of doors you're looking for?