BigFatBox - thanks for your detailed response.
LawMan - thanks for your opinion.
I'm currently at a T4 school in Michigan. For now I prefer not to say where I am currently studying for various reasons. There's only 2 T4 schools in Michigan so take your pick, I don't see a big difference between the 2 anyways. I do not have a scholarship. Full time tuition here is around $27,000, while full time tuition for non-residents at TTU is $21,000. If and when I become a resident of Texas, my tuition will only be $17,000. I also researched that Lubbock is $100-$150 cheaper in per-month rent rates for apartment units. I am a resident of California, so I am a bit closer to friends and family. I want to do IP law of some sort and TTU has the facilities and the concentration/classes fit for that field of law. In a perfect world, I would want to practice law in either Nevada or California. Just be reading over TTU's OCI program, it seems like I will have better opportunities at TTU in landing a summer job/clerkship compared to the school I am currently in.
What do you think? TTU good enough to transfer to even though I would want to practice law in Cali?