Yes, it is definetly conservative. Kenn Starr is the Dean of the Law School and I am sure he will be bringing in conservative speakers, etc. If you look at their annuual law dinner, Theodore Olson is speaking who is a fellow conservative. They also just established a joint degree program on religion, ethics and law. The school is built on a religious philiosophy that is prcaticed in the law school and one should respect this unique opportunity to study in such an enviornment that values religiousity. However, as far as being concerned with liberalism vs conservatism - Don't you think it would be much more challenging to be around other students with different views from yourself? It is the differences among people that calls for leadership - It's easy to lead those who already agree! Think about that.