The job prospects of UVA are worth the price in my view. Emory is just not of the same caliber. Personally i think money should come into play when you're balancing relatively close schools, say GULC and UVA, or UVA and CLS. But when you have such a huge gap between the prestige of the schools, as UVA and Emory or W&M, it's pretty clear that you should invest in your future and go to a national top-10 school. Your law school will stay with you for the rest of your life, and you'll never have another chance to invest in your future like this. Like i said before, the difference between top-10 schools and top-20 is huge. It's more like "there is top 14, and then there are all these other schools". At least that's what it feels like. Essentially, you've won the lottery by getting in, because this is the hardest part when it comes to top law schools. But of course think this through and make a good decision. I know money is a big issue, so i understand your hesitation. Goodluck!