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I have a decent scholarship offer from both so tuition will be about the same at both. I just completed a Master of Social Work program so intend to go into public interest law. I've accepted that means I wont be making any money. I want to pick the school that leaves the most doors open. I'm not 100% sure where I want to work after law school. Possibly the midwest, but I'm open to changing my mind on that. Any thoughts would be helpful because I've gone back and forth on a day to day basis for almost 2 weeks... Thanks!