I am a French-Canadian law student and I have been admitted to UCLA (with a 30k scholarship) and Berkeley (with no scholarship). My law interests are international/comparative/human rights law. I know that Berkeley's ranking is better than UCLA, however I am wondering if the 30k price difference is really worth it... My objective is not necessarily to stay in the US after, but mainly to have a international/renown LLM degree and to research about migration and human trafficking/forced labour during my LLM. Both programs seem to have great clinics/courses about this topic, so I am wondering if there is really a plus-value in terms of recognition or employability by going to Berkeley at full price instead of UCLA with a scholarship.
Thank you !!
[Edited by Meli on Mar 10, 2018]