Go to Florida or Florida State over Miami. Between Florida & Florida State go to Florida. The cost is a huge factor here because Florida is one of the states that has good state schools. You will become a resident after one year of school and maybe there is a way to qualify for residency by your first year. If you are a resident for all 3 years you will save 78,000 by going to FSU or Florida over Miami. Even if you are only a resident for two years you will save 52,000 over Miami. On top of that Miami has the worst job prospects of the 3 based on law school transparency. University of Florida really seems like a great buy the cost of living is cheap, the tuition is cheap, and they have good employment numbers. You can look at the websites I cited below, but I would definetly not attend Miami over the other 2 unless you really want to live in the city while in school.
Florida In State $14,228 out of state $33,593
University of Florida 50% of all graduates have a reported salary. The other 47% have jobs doing something maybe making millions maybe making minimum wage. The school, LSAC, or U.S. News does not say. http://www.lawschooltransparency.com/clearinghouse/?school=florida
Florida State In-State $14,239 Out of State $31,250http://www.lawschooltransparency.com/clearinghouse/?school=fsu
25% of all graduates accounted for making a salary. 70% are employed doing we do not know either making 10 million a year or flipping burgers LSAC or U.S. News does not require the info for this.
Miami: $38,012 regardless of whether you are a resident all 3 years.
By far your most expensive option and only 22% of the grads have reportable salaries. http://www.lawschooltransparency.com/clearinghouse/?school=miami