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I would say MSU University definitely, neither of them are very high in the rankings, but I think Toledo is like at the bottom of the list, it's not even ranked, but Michigan State, although not very prestigious comes wayy before Toledo.
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MSU is a much higher ranked law school. Michigan State University has a national and, possibly in some fields, an international reputation. Toledo is a regional school unfamiliar to most outside of the state of Ohio.
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You'll probably like East Lansing a lot more than Toledo also. I like it as a college town. But I have to ask, why these schools if you're coming from another country? Will they allow you to practice back home?
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Michigan State 100%. I just got in there and will be applying for their dual jd program with the university of ottawa. You will have a way better time there than toledo and the school has a better academic reputation.
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I'd choose MSU. International as in Canadian? Because if that's the case, I heard MSU has a dual Canadian law degree program.
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MSU, no question.