i went and had a great time. beforehand, i was vacillating between gw full-time and gtown part-time. i'm now definitely leaning toward gtown. i thought everything about it was great (facilities, current students, newly admitted students, professors, etc.). oh, and the moot of hamden v. rumsfeld was awesome! anybody have any opinions?
for the 2nd poster, we're referring to the open house this past Thursday and Friday (March 30-31).
I was very impressed with the faculty (at the Moot and the lunch on Friday) and the students that I talked to. They were all doing amazing things this summer, and I mostly talked to 1Ls--travelling, working at firms, etc.
The facilities are gorgeous--I was expecting some parts to be older, more like the traditional campus, but the whole complex is less than 30 years old. That's good in a lot of ways, just different from what I expected. Georgetown's access in DC is pretty unrivaled from what I can tell (to Supreme Court moots, government jobs etc.)
All in all I was very impressed, there's a very good chance I'll end up there, barring any intervention by the schools that haven't told me anything yet. And I'm not sure I want to go visit Michigan at this point...