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I've narrowed down my decision between BLS with a $30,000 Lyle Scholarship (top 80% stip, opportunity for large increases by finishing in top 10% after 1st year), and UConn (no scholly, but 2 years of instate tuition). I've visited both campuses and, despite being polar opposites in almost every regard, I loved them both. I'm leaning towards Brooklyn as I see myself wanting to practice in Ny state over CT after law school, but I just wanted to hear what the TLS faithful have to say.
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I would highly encourage you to retake the LSAT and apply again next year because neither of these schools have very good employment numbers and either way you are investing $80-100k into this education with only about a 50% chance of finding a full-time job on the other end after three years of study. Quite simply, any other choice would be financially irresponsible of you to choose.
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These options are not good