The facilities were great. Everything seemed in great shape, and it was a beautiful law school. There were plenty of places to study, and there was even a squash court in the law school (weird, I know..).
I attended a civ pro class taught by Prof. Clermont. He's apparently a star prof (he coauthored the casebook they use), and he definitely lived up to his reputation. He made it interesting, covered points well, and even cracked a few jokes. The class seemed to follow along well, and everyone seemed like they were happy to be at Cornell.
You should definitely go to an ASD. There were quite a few people there who were fairly undecided until they went to the ASD. The school will really leave a good impression. Everyone from the faculty, to the administration, to the students seemed very happy to be a part of Cornell law, and there was a very strong feeling of community at the school.
Check it out.