Just a few things worth mentioning about Rutgers-Camden (disclaimer: I didn't attend R-C, but know many people who did and frequented the campus).
1. The area surrounding Rutgers-Camden is actually nicer than expected. When I visited the school during Admitted Students Day, I was pleasantly surprised. This portion of Camden is known as the University district and is comprised of three schools (Rowan University, R-C and Camden County College). As such, you have three different school's public safety roaming around as well as Camden police (who heavily traffic the area). I have walked around the area at night and, while not feeling 100% safe, it felt similar to walking through portions of Olde City/South Street in Philadelphia at night. Also, have you visited the campus? It isn't half bad and with the new law nschool building, it actually could be a nice place to go to law school. It is Camden, but you can certainly make the best of that situation by not living there (though many students live in the Victor building) and traveling during the day.
2. R-C's placement is on par with Nova and probably very slightly below Temple. The difference between the schools is negligible. If you do well (say, top 25%0 you should be fine.
3. Pitt's placement outside of Pitt is relatively limited (from what I've heard). It's a great school, but Philly is saturated with law schools and lawyers.
I guess what I'm saying is...I'd stick with Rutgers on this one.