Questions:1. Where are you from?2. Where do you want to work?3. What do you want to do with your law degree?4. What is your pre-law experience?
If you "definitely" want to practice international law, neither of those schools is a good fit for you. You're about to waste *a lot* of money...
We have recently learned that bucky rocks out pretty hard.
Honestly though, you do have other options. Work in international relations really doesn't need a law degree. Most people who want to work in "international law" don't know what the jurisdiction of international law is, how it is practiced and who it is practiced by. If you're seriously considering Pace or Florida Coastal in order to do international law in the future, then it seems that you don't know very much about the field.I realize that I sound like a complete jerk, but it's really just a reality. The few jobs that do exist in true international law are rare and very rarely open to those straight out of law school. I think a career in policy or in thinktanks might be better suited for what your goals are...a degree from either of these schools will close more doors than it will open.