It says the total owed at repayment would be $235,793. I think it might be a little less than that since I didn't factor in any income from funded PI internships 1L or 2L summers (no idea how much those pay). I also think (but could be wrong) that NYU has a better LRAP than Georgetown.
At $235k, I probably wouldn't go to NYU
(read: "law school at all
," because Alabama is still the wrong choice) unless
you are absolutely sure and convinced that PI is in your future; You won't be persuaded by the dreams of biglaw fat stacks; you're completely content with following in the footsteps of your dad or a similar, public-interest path (who, from your posts, seems like very smart and reasonable guy for balking at $200k for a school when the alternative is a full ride); you trust that NYU's LRAP and fed loan repayment options will be there for you once you graduate; and you're okay that that kind of debt hanging over your head for at least a decade, and maybe two.
If you're uncomfortable with any of this, you just shouldn't go, Stego. But if you comfortable with the above, then go to NYU.