So, my choices are between Toledo or Capital Law. I realize that Toledo is ranked significantly higher than Capital. However, there are a few factors: 1st of all, I have absolutely no desire to go to Toledo. It was the least of all evils from my choices, so I chose to go there. I applied to Capital for the heck of it much later and only just found out that I was accepted. I just graduated from Ohio State and unfortunately was no accepted. I work for the state senate and have the beginning of quite a significant network building in Columbus. The city of Columbus seems to offer more opprotunities than Toledo. My hometown is Cleveland, so the two are equidistant from that. Toledo is about 14,000 dollars cheaper, though I have not heard what my financial aid award at either school would be yet. I have looked at this forward and backward, and professionally, it seems to me that staying in Columbus and attending Capital makes more sense. I may even try to transfer to OSU just for the heck of it. How much more is a Toledo degree respected than a Capital law degree? I just had an awards dinner this past weekend, and the speaker was a federal judge who graduated from Capital. It seems like the name recognition helps, but it's also what you make of yourself. Personally, I always knew Capital had a law school, but I didn't know Toledo did until I started researching. It would help me a lot of an outsider could look at this situation and give me their honest opinion. I appreciate any help I can get! Thanks!