well i will notify them as soon as i make a decision, which i certainly haven't yet. does the fact that the name travels better really warrant the huge sticker difference though?what other schools are you considering
GMU's chairs are really uncomfortable and the floor in many of the classrooms doesn't slope enough to see over the person in front of you. You could decide on worse criteria
GMU IP's program is very well-regarded, at least in the DC area. I went to a cocktail party recently where I met a Georgetown grad who does IP. He told me he regrets not going to Mason, because so many attorneys at his firm (Finnegan) went there and they have so much less debt than he does. If you want to do IP and stay in the DC area, go to Mason. If you have your heart set on being at a top NYC law firm outside IP, go to GW.