what im telling you is, buffalo is going to be hard pressed to giveyou any. You can inform them that the other schools gave you money, but it might not work. THey will look at your figures, and do the math and realize that they are still cheaper than the rest. You need to focus on why UB is great for you, why you are a great canidate, and explain how any grant or scholly money given will make your decision to attend much easier.
TITCR, for trying to get money out of UB.
And even if I do end up going there at sticker price, it's loads better than paying $25,000-$40,000 at the other schools and ending up with a MUCH higher debt. I tend to have a lot of great luck and people skills so finding a job isn't a concern of mine (this is how I went through life and will continue to do so. Great luck, hard studying, and people skills).
This is not the attitude you should have. LARGE surplus of lawyers coming out of schools. If you're dead set on going to law school, and nothing can change your mind, and it must be this year... Then do what you can to get money out of UB, it's your best bet.
However, there's no shame and waiting a year or two, maybe upping your LSAT score, getting some work experience, and applying to a wider range of schools that will give you more money (and a cheaper cost of living) to go to school there.
ETA: I know it's cliche. But I don't think you realize how much even 4 or 5 points could do for you if you can retake the LSAT. Your GPA is really good... But LSAT is king. My 2.9 GPA paired with a good LSAT ended up getting me full tuition at my state law school and at a tier 3, as well as good scholarship offers from schools ranging from WUSTL to Drake. I applied to 12 schools, and ended up with a pretty good cycle.
Yes, it sucks to wait a year. But when you think about the monetary gain in working a year, banking some savings, and upping your LSAT to get some more scholarship $$$ and possibly even a better school, it makes a TON of sense. It's only a year... It's really not a big deal.