Tech > BaylorWould be far more interesting at 50 largest firms.
That said, Texas markets are money right now, and I'm looking forward to being in Houston for the summer and working with all the UT/UH/scattered T14 folks that will be there.
For the love of all that is reasonable, THE ECONOMY HAS CHANGED. 2008 numbers ANYWHERE are NOT APPLICABLE. Look at the NLJ 250 placement stats between the classes of 2008 and 2009. Note that the 2007 OCI was considered vastly better than the 2008 OCI, and that, in comparison to the 2008 OCI, the 2009 OCI was a bloodbath. To give you some examples: -rumor has it that UT advertised "part-time law assistant/nanny" jobs on symplicity.-rumor has it that the percentage of Columbia 2L's who got at least one offer from their OCI program dropped from 97% to 67% between 2008 and 2009.-rumor has it that Georgetown students at the MEDIAN are having trouble finding internships in D.C.Debating the relative merits of in-state schools is fine. Debating those merits on the basis of these statistics is a recipe for disaster.