Both those schools are in the same tier, so it's not like a situation where you're comparing an awesome school against a terrible one. I mean, when in doubt it's fairly obvious that more choices are better than less... but some other factors have to be in play or else the prestigue of the two schools wouldn't be so comparable. Maybe the school with fewer electives does a better job in teaching the classes it does have.
Do you have any idea what area of law you want to practice in? I know that's a silly question, since you'll probably waffle back and forth between different paths while you're in school. However, if your 0L plans are for some incredibly specialized and narrow niche, I could see greater choice in electives carrying SOME weight. I suspect your success in a narrow specialty has a lot more with seeking out the right internship than anything you're doing in class though.
Ultimately, I'm just rambling here. I don't want to be dismissive toward your question, but if you work in a law firm right now you should really seek out the advice of the lawyers there, rather than us law students and pre-law students on LSD who probably have less knowledge of real legal practice than you do at this point. Best of luck to you!