It probably has a little more mobility, but keep in mind that neither degree is going to be as mobile as you'd like right out of school. Your best options (or at least your widest variety of options) are likely to be local, meaning this is an important consideration: The University of Florida is the best law school in the state of Florida. Chicago-Kent is the third best law school in the city of Chicago and the fourth best in the state of Illinois. While there is certainly placement from the top fourteen, there are no top fourteens in the Florida region. There are two top tens in Chicago. Emory, Texas, Vanderbilt and so forth will compete heavily in Florida, too, but Harvard and Columbia will compete heavily in Chicago.
That said, I'd definitely visit both places. Lifestyle should have a lot of weight in a decision like this.