I actually spoke with some GULC grads recently about this. Their experience was that for the top 1/3 of the class, GULC had placement comparable to NYU, etc. Because of the large class size, there are FAR less options for people not in the top of the class, so keep that in mind. The very top folks seem to be positioned as well as the top students from other non-HYS programs, regardless of market. For the rest (so top 1/3 but not top 5%) there is probably a bit of a disadvantage compared with NYU, especially for the NYC market. I imagine for other markets (like Texas) there would not be a discernible difference for students of comparable class rank.
So basically: be one of the best at GULC and you are going to have the same options as the best from NYU. But if you're gonna be in the middle of your class, you're WAY better off being in the middle at NYU than Georgetown.
That said, Georgetown's a great school. And for certain fields and many clinical areas, it is hands down better than NYU.