At the ASD at Rutgers I spoke with a few people who were admitted to both Seton Hall and Rutgers (me included) and they had all decided to go to Rutgers over Seton Hall. One of the main reasons I chose Rutgers is the cost of in state tuition but you were offered a scholarship at Seton Hall so you’re in a different situation. I have also heard from various people that Rutgers has a better reputation then Seton Hall but of course this is just opinions. Rutgers is also on a college campus while Seton Hall is 5 floors of an office building so it is a very different environment. What type of law are you interested in?
I would like to get into corporate law. As it stands right now, my dream job would be to land a job as an in house consultant at a large company. I realize they don't usually hire directly from law school but it's where I'd like to end up. Realistically I'd be aiming for a midsize firm straight out of law schoool (50+ lawyers). If i land biglaw, great. but in case I don't, i just don't want to be jobless and in crazy debt
That's another reason why I'm considering goin to Penn State. Their law program is new but their business program is very strong and so there would be a lot of connections there.