Did you ever want something really expensive, you just had to have it no matter how much it cost?
Like buying a new car, you bit the bullet, made the first payment and drove off without looking back. It didn't matter how much it actually cost -- interest payments, depreciation, taxes, fees, or whatever.
Now consider a purchase that cost between $100,000 and $250,000. Unless you are independently wealthy or have a full-ride scholarship, maybe you should slow down a little on this decision.
This is about law school and how much you are prepared to spend. Buckle up, Dorothy, we're not in Kansas anymore.