I'm a recent graduate of William Mitchell College of Law
(WMCL) in St. Paul, Minnesota. It's a private, independent law school founded in 1900, whose best known graduate is Warren Burger, the fifteenth CJ of SCOTUS. The school has had a long and distinguished history (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Mitchell_College_of_Law
), and I'm one among many who'd like to see that continue.
For prospective students, I can provide valuable (and frank) information about the curriculum, the facilities, the overall quality of legal education, and job placement.
For other recent graduates, this thread can be a place to discuss what WMCL does well and what it can do to improve and maintain its competitiveness in the legal world.