While that makes sense, due to G-town's large size, I don't think UCLA has an edge on G-town in terms of endowment. I mean, I think that is something that would hold UCLA back as well, since it is a public school. In fact, I know UCLA's endowment is quite small. So there must be something other than money that is bringing UCLA so close to Georgetown in the rankings. I just wonder if the difference in prestige is enough to counterbalance the difference in price. I think the difference would come out close to $50,000. That's a lot for someone who has no plans to go into big law. But, unfortunately, a lot of public interest law firms, non-profits, and gov. orgs are prestige-whores. Would they put that much stock into the difference between these two schools?