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Alright...Here we go....
I am in the process of figuring out where to attend law school next year. I was accepted to Catholic with a 40,000 scholarship and wait-listed at both American and Brooklyn. I am waiting to hear from St. John's and Northeastern. Geographically, Brooklyn is where I want to be. But I've been hearing that the school is not worth it's sticker price. (70,000+ is ridiculous). Assuming that I can get off the wait-list (which means studying for the LSAT again and retaking in June), it would definitely mean zero scholarship for me.
In your opinion and from your experiences, is money or the actual school more important? (Brooklyn is where I want to be but money is somewhere else)
Any light you can shed on this situation is helpful.
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