Case2L wrote:If you must pick between the two, go with C-M. Marshall had a halfway decent reputation in Cleveland.
If these are your only choices, I suggest Marshall as well. It's cheap. And I would not attend Mississippi College if it was free. Consider retaking the LSAT if it will improve your prospects. I don't see how it couldn't.
Don't totally ignore the trolls - There are good reasons to have second thoughts if you're paying sticker at only T3/T4 schools. Marshall is under 20k once you get in-state, which isn't so bad, and it has a good local reputation, but keep in mind - Case Western is literally right down Euclid Avenue, and ranked far higher than Marshall. CSU-M is fine if you want to do local government, prosecutor's office, public defender, county government, or certain firms, but almost every firm is going to look at OSU, Case, Cinci, and then at the top part of CSU. You will have to do very well to attract serious employer interest, or have some outside talent/experience that sets you far apart.
Be careful and have a good financial plan if you're really going. Don't go to Mississippi. Just don't. The profile on this site should be enough to turn you away.