Well I can understand making the decision on $$, but Little Rock is nothing special (unless you like high crime rates). In fact, Fayetteville, in my opinion, would offer about a 10x better quality of life while in school. I went to undergrad here too but am originally from, and will return after law school to, Dallas. Fayetteville is probably not what you imagine it being...I had the some negative preconceived notions before visiting before UG though.
Also as a previous poster mentioned, the law school here seems to carry itself out of the state moreso than UALR. And if $$ is the main issue, I know you can get in-state after the first year...although I don't know what the whole process for that is. In-state here (~$10K/year) is about as cheap as law school at a decent school gets
I only applied to Georgia State and I was not accepted. I was accepted to both schools in Arkansas and a couple of others in the surrounding areas... I'm leaning towards UALR because it is in the city and they are offering a lot more money.