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So what are your career goals, and where do you want to work? What's your current LSAT/GPA?
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If you want to do public interest type work there may be a different conversation- but if a firm job is your goal (or prestigious govt stuff) you'll need a high caliber of schools or a better scholarship from SMU/FSU to hedge your bets.
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In short, while both are solid regional law schools, both are too expensive.
If you are determined to go to law school, then you need to earn a higher LSAT score in an effort to earn a significant scholarship to lower significantly the total cost of attendance.
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