I'm a student there. I would have offered to have lunch or grab a beer or something had I seen this. Bummer.
Which Professor's class did you sit in on?
I'm surprised people are hating on our architecture. Most people agree that the campus in general is very nice, but nobody really seems to like the aesthetics of the law school, which I think is really nice. As far as actual use, it's big and well-kept with mostly very nice classrooms and facilities. The library is especially nice.
As far as the students, I really don't know how you can pick up on a whole by just going on a tour or sitting in on a class. If you talk to certain groups, you'll think they're boring and lame. Others will seem like a lot of fun. That's going to be the case anywhere you go. I also don't know how you can pick up on whether there's a lot of gunners or anything aside from the fact that early on, we had 3 people in my section that wouldn't shut up in class. At any rate, I mentioned this in my thread, but I wouldn't pay a lot of attention to how good/bad the student body is, because the current 1Ls are just as likely closer to the 1Ls at a school like BC next year as the 1Ls at Emory. Our 1L class and 2L class, for example, is very different. And, on top of that, it looks like you came on a Monday, which is basically the worst day of the week for most people. If people visit, they should come on a Thursday so they can hang out by the two (2) weekly kegs and hear people talking about the three (3) upcoming bar reviews for the weekend.
In general, I think campus visits really are meaningless except in that you can see what the surrounding area is like. If you come to ATL, make sure to drive around in midtown, Virginia Highlands and Buckhead. Get a map of various attractions. See if this seems like a place you could spend 3+ years. Aside from that, none of the top-30 schools that I can think of (besides maybe BU) are so deplorable that you should cross them off, nor are any so amazingly exciting -- considering only the school's facilities/student body and not the surrounding area -- that you should feel like it's the only place you can see yourself going. Your decision really should be, and probably will be, more about how much $$ you are offered, and what the job prospects from the various schools are.
Also, please don't misconstrue me saying "this doesn't matter" as me accepting that our facilities are trash. I actually think we have an exceptionally nice law school, a good student body, a great community, and a fabulous general campus.