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I would say Brooklyn and then Maryland.
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There are too many unanswered questions that need to be answered before someone can give you a definitive answer, including where you want to practice and what stipulations are attached to your scholarships.
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Given how this screams "BROOKLYN, DUH", I'm guessing you have a reason for hesitating. What is it? Do they stack sections or something? Do you not like NYC?
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