So I just got accepted to Loyola Chicago (off the waitlist) and Chicago Kent with the seemingly popular contingent scholarship (10k/yr with a 3.25 or 6k yr flat). Loyola is offering no money thus far. How do the two compare? Kent is higher in ratings, but I'm sure Loyola has advantages that I don't know about. Does anyone have any useful information? I'm looking towards a career in public interest law or possibly lobbying (specifically for women's rights). Would also like to clerk.
Kent is better, all around. I believe a lot of people in Chicago think Kent is underrated. That school produces excellent, hard-nosed attorneys. I would choose Kent w/o the money. Considering you are getting money at Kent makes the decision a no-brainier, frankly.