I want to get into the highest ranking school I can, but tuition also plays a major factor in what I am capable of affording. I was barely able to finish out my last year of undergrad because I could not get enough financial aid. And I have also thought about working my butt off during my first year and then transferring to a better law school. I know it is a long shot, but it is worth a try. Again, thanks guys!
Don't just go to the highest ranking school you get into unless that school is a top school (top 20 or so). After that, a lot of other factors come into play.
You won't have a problem getting enough financial aid to finish. Trust me, they will throw plenty of loans your way. However, unless you are going to a top school, it's usually a good idea to go somewhere instate or with a good scholarship.
It's possible to transfer, but don't count on it. Law school grades are unpredictable.