I got into both. I'm pretty sure I'm gonna end up at Cornell. I get the sense that Cornell has a more theorethical approach to the law while GULC has more of a trade school feel. Also, Cornell might have a slight edge in the prestige department. Last, Cornell's program just seems a little more airtight and gulc's large size seems crazy
I disagree that GULC has a "trade school" feel. A lot of GULC students end up in public interest, which is not a trade school kind of thing. Also, if you're into a theoretical approach to law, it's hard to beat GULC's first-year curriculum B option.
I don't know much about Cornell, so I can't compare the two schools, but I'm going to be going to Georgetown, and I actually see its size as a plus. Georgetown is huge for a law school, yes, but compared to where most people went to undergrad, it's tiny - about 1200 law students total. That's exactly the same size as the "small liberal arts college" I attended, and I didn't feel at all "lost" in the student body there - in fact, I knew almost everyone by sight if not by name. The other advantage to a large law school is the variety of courses that are available. You can study almost anything at GULC because they have so many professors offering so many different classes, whereas at a smaller school you'd have fewer choices.
Just my two cents.