The IP program makes for very interesting academics, I'm sure, but it is a red herring when it comes to job opportunities. The biggest factor in the IP job market is whether you have a hard science background. If you do, you will be just as marketable from W&L as from GW, even in spite of GW's program.
You're leaning towards W&L because you're comfortable in small towns, yet you want to work in CA or NY? I think it's about time you got used to the latter. Go to GW, milk its IP program and clinic for all they're worth, then pay off your $200k loans in four years.