that's alot tougher to answer. i would think it would be schools in not so desireable legal markets like case and iowa. american might get the nod as well because it shares dc with both gulc and gw. i would imagine the top students there would be competitive in hopes of transferring up. i bet these students are alot rarer than you would find at a tier 4. i bet close to half the students at a tier 4 are hoping to transfer not just up but out. i can imagine there is also the desire to transfer to a better legal market or location in general. whittier to chapman comes to mind. you know, the location transfer insentive might work for all tiers. imagine going to harvard but really wanting stanford, or vice versa.