This made me wonder whether the top ten under tp-all would match a top ten under allcases so I ran an experiement with my own school. "Allcases" is much less reliable than tp-all because it has your name as a party, an attorney, the writer of something that is cited, etc. And, you cannot really access Supreme Court citations.
So I checked and the top ten under tp-all is actually different from the top ten under allcases. In fact, there is only about a 50% overlap. I guess I should not be surprised but it did lead to a moneylaw question. My hunch, and it is only that, is that hiring committees, to the extent they are influenced by "impact" at all, prefer tp-all citations over judicial citations. I am not sure which way I cut on this myself so here is a survey: