I know this has been asked a million times, but I was wondering what people thought about my situation.
I'm a 1L at a decent school in NorCal with a decent scholarship, summer job, and probably have a work-study position in the trial advocacy program next year. I'm waiting to see if I made law review. My school only has year long classes for 1Ls, so I have no clue what my GPA and ranking will be, I know I'll be in the top 1/3rd to keep my scholarship and since my legal writing class shot up I could be top 10%-5% depending on how finals go. My problem is I love my school and will probably be able to find a job after graduation in NorCal, but I want to work in SoCal. I have family connections and the school has a decent alumni base in San Diego, so I was wondering if it'd be worth it to transfer to UCLA, USC, Loyola, or USD if I could and lose my scholarship (that would probably go up if my grades were good enough to transfer) and job. I know it'll be *possible* to get a job in SoCal, it just might take longer. Also, how does transferring work with OCIs in the fall? Thanks