Congratulations on getting into so many schools, and with money too!About the Rutgers/Cardozo thing...I can tell you that you should go to Rutgers instead.The employment rate for new graduates at Rutgers is 79.6 percent, whereas the employment rate for Cardozo's new graduates is only 73.2 percent. This 6.4 percent difference can make a difference when you are looking for a job.Also, Rutgers is Much more selective than Cardozo. Rutgers only accepts 14.4 percent of applicants, whereas Cardozo accepts 27.8 percent of its applicants, almost double the rate at Rutgers. This may help explain why Rutgers has a better reputation and more of its students graduate right into a job.And if tuition is an issue, you can't ignore an approximately $100k difference in price between the two schools. Especially since you aren't looking at going into biglaw, you need to keep your debt as low as possible, assuming a $50k per year starting salary, instead of the $160k biglaw salaries that almost make tuition irrelevant.So...again, congratulations on your acceptances, but I think that Rutgers is the better choice, by a wide margin.