Yeah, I think calling career services is a good idea. I have a couple contacts at law firms in LA, which is where I'm from and where I will probably end up, and they seem to think that being in top 10% at Hastings or being in top 10% at Loyola would be required to land a job at a big firm. Anywhere else but LA and Hastings would be the certain bet. But, because Loyola has a good reputation in LA, it's not much worse off than LA. Plus, the head of the LA office of O'Melveny & Meyers is a Loyola grad, so that might help getting into that firm.Yeah, I have a wife and a 9-month old. Relocating would require finding somewhere to live, and of course the city won't be affordable. Plus, my wife will have to find a new job, which is not a guarantee. I am leaning toward Loyola is UCLA, USC, and Northwestern don't come through.