The answer is pretty simple, really.
Would you rather work in Louisiana or Massachusetts, and what would you like to do with your JD?SULC Stats:
33.3% are working in small firms (2-10 attorneys);
20.4% are either unemployed or solo; and
17.4% are working for the (mostly state) government.NESL Stats:
At least 20.5% are working in small firms (2-10 attorneys);
At least 20.5% are working in "Business or Industry" (i.e., returned to jobs they were in before going to law school)
At least 18.2% are unemployed or solo; and
At least 8.2% are working for the government.
I understand that you stated that "money is no issue", but, with all due respect , if you're acting rationally, money should always be an issue, no matter how much you have. Did you get a scholarship, or are you eligible for in-state tuition, at either of the schools?
Good luck. You'll need it!