University of San Diego (especially since I live right next door to it)...LOL
There is a lot of mentorship going on for current students. The only thing is that the school is very expensive and most scholarships only last for the first year of law school. They do have a part-time evening program. My interaction with the USD law school staff when I was applying was not so positive. They seemed to be "bothered" by anybody making an inquiry. The law library staff is really nice and the professors that I met were friendly as well.
So, USD is your best bet for BIG LAW, in my opinion.
You think USD is a better bet for San Diego biglaw than Harvard? Stanford? UCLA, even? It would be nice if some of your reasoning could be geared towards explaining why that might be the case, rather than noting merely that the people are nice there (which is a positive, to be sure, but it doesn't in any way speak to the conclusion that "So, USD is your best bet for BIG LAW, in my opinion"). (The word so sets that out as a conclusion, rather than just an unrelated assertion.)