I can't believe you wrote back! My last bit of advice was so off the mark, I hope you take everything else I say w/ the appropriate grain of salt. FWIW, here I go. Let's start w/ background.
Here are the 2010 numbers (a year old) for Wayne Law's entering class: http://www.law.wayne.edu/admissions/jd/2010incomingclassprofile.php
. At the bottom of the page, you can see a link for the 2009 #s. What you'll see is a lot of 'slippage' between the two years. Applications were down over 10% from '09 to '10, but Wayne accepted more students in '10 than '09. So--'selectivity' fell from 37% in 2009 to 43% in '10. You'll also see that while LSAT scores stayed the same by quartile, GPA fell in each quartile. (Compare to their major competitor MSU, and you'll see Wayne's predicament: http://www.law.msu.edu/admissions/standards-profile.html
Note that all of this bad news predates the latest US News rankings, where WSU is mid T3 (#121), while MSU is now T2 (#95) and moving up quickly. (http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/law-rankings
). These rankings came out just as students are starting to make their choices for next year. I expect Wayne is a little under the gun.
What this means for you: In spite of the above, I don't expect Wayne to improve its 75% offer. You are above W's median for LSAT, but below for GPA (barring a real catastrophe in this year's class). You are in the same position re: MSUs numbers, tho farther below the GPA median, so I'd expect MSU to offer you something, tho more like 25% or so. That's where the hard choices start.
PLEASE double check this, but I think Wayne has a very high GPA requirement to hold a merit scholarship. I think the requirement is 3.25. Understand that law schools in general like it when students fail to retain their scholarships--they get your numbers as a 1L for US News purposes, and then they can take your money and give it to someone else next year for the same purpose. Schools typically like 50% of students not to retain. I don't mean to be snotty, but most of the people who will get merit scholarships in Wayne's 1L class had higher UGPAs than you did. If you pick Wayne, you need to be ready for the possibility that your scholarship will disappear after the 1st year. Or--you need to be ready for the possibility that you will have to eat, sleep and poop law morning noon and night to keep your scholarship.
Again: PLEASE double check this, but I think MSU's scholarships are contingent on a 3.0 GPA. That is a much more 'makeable' figure--just above the median in a typical 1L class (maybe top 40-45%). Depending on what assumptions you make about retaining or not retaining scholarships, the price difference between Wayne and MSU may be a lot or a little. I'll leave those assumptions to you, but I'd advise you to be realistic.
Finally, think about how well your law degree might travel. Everyone in SE Michigan knows about Wayne State, and in spite of all the 'slippage' noted above, Wayne retains a strong reputation among judges and lawyers in Detroit and adjacent counties. But MSU has a strong reputation in other parts of the state, and beyond the state boundaries as well. About 1/2 of MSU's students have been coming from out of state for a while, and they are creating a pipeline back to their home towns. If you think you might want to leave this state, that pipeline might be valuable. I'd contact the Career Services offices at both schools, and figure out how many out of state firms interview there. Not a perfect guide to 'out of state respect,' but not a bad one either.