If I remember correctly she was a non-traditional student who had a hard time academically. She had some pretty harsh things to say about the administration as well. I think she felt the school and the professors were very uncaring and didn't pay much attention to the students not at the very top of the class. But all law students say the same thing. I came very close to going to Catholic because they offered $$$ and her webpage influenced me even though by itself it wouldn't have been enough to encourage me to go somewhere else. When I visited I talked to some students who didn't seem overly thrilled to be there. I also had some 'weird' interactions with their staff. I tried to talk to people in the career services office and they acted like I was out of line or something. Plus (this sticks in my mind) I set up an appointment and my home address clearly indicated I lived nowhere near DC but they call me (at home) the morning of my scheduled appointment to tell me it's cancelled. That struck me as being kind of weird. I also felt that the student body wasn't as 'impressive' as it was at the other 2nd schools I was considering.