Very helpful, thanks!
By "quality of education," I didn't necessarily mean what you remember after the class is over. I think it was more a question about whether you feel that your time as a law student has been worth it so far.
One of my biggest concerns is actually the administration. My roommate is a grad student (not law student) at Temple and she has had nothing but problems with the administration from day one. I know the law school has its own administration, but it's still part of the university as a whole. If I never have to deal with the hopelessly inept people she's dealt with, that's perfect but if I'm going to have to spend three years fighting with them over silly stuff, I'd rather know upfront.
I just wanted to offer my input on Temple's administration. I'm currently an undergraduate here and although Temple's undergrad lacks a better reputation for the quality of education I can say first and foremost that the teaching has been great and I've had some world class professors here.
That being said the administration at Temple is horrendous. That has been my biggest gripe about the college and it seems that they don't have anything in order. Fortunately I'm a person that doesn't need to consult with an advisor every week to make it through college so I've been able to get through 4 years relatively on my own and been able to work my way through my double major. On the rare occassions I do need administrative help it seems each department attempts to give you the run around and send you somewhere else. I think in the end they will hope you eventually give up and everyone basically has the attitude "our department doesn't handle that type of problem".
I've tried to inquire about a ranking system for my major and my major's department said we wouldn't have that information go to the college of liberal arts department, and the college of liberal arts department said the same thing and sent me to my major's department. Also as a double major I was able to get exempt from some classes because they overlapped so much. However, none of my advisors pointed this out before hand so I did take one class that I didn't need to and would have taken another class had I not inquired about it on my own. It seems that Temple puts it all on the student to know details of their networks and how things operate. I would just say to meet with an advisor early on and get a good understanding of your program and what you'll be doing because after that don't expect Temple to reach out and help you.