I'm in, found out today! It's strange though, Lewis & Clark is offering me more scholarship money than Oregon and I thought it would be the other way around...it's also just now hitting me that I will need to make a very tough decision between L&C, Oregon, and Seattle U. and it also doesn't make the decision any easier to know that my ex-girlfriend who I would love to get back with is likely to also end up at U of O
Leave the ex out of the equation... it's likely to complicate things. If you end up in the same spot and happen to get back together, it's meant to be; if not, you'll probably meet a fellow law student, hit it off, and the rest will be history.
As far as the schools go, where do you want to practice? Seattle U. pretty much only
places in Seattle, and L&C and UO will likely only work out well in Oregon. Seattle U. typically falls short in terms of career placement, since UW soaks up most of the local legal economy and SU career services is rumored to be almost nonexistent. That being said, if you do well compared to others in your class and have some outside connections, you'd probably be able to find a job, but it'll require a little more work on your part.
Where are you from? Do you have family in either area (read--family
--not exes)? You'll probably only be able to make your decision once you're pretty certain where you want to settle down.
Oh, and a note on the scholarship thing... UO is a state school, so the resources for large scholarships simply don't exist. Since L&C is private, the adcoms tend to have more money at their disposal, which they happily use to recruit qualified candidates. Congrats on your acceptances and scholarships!