Even when compared to other "Tier 4" and other such schools, you should probably look elsewhere. It's less than three years old, and just received its provisional accreditation last year. There is no alumni network at all (literally -- the school has no alumni yet), so there is no shot of getting help there after graduation. Even if this year's group of entering students were of a higher caliber, the previous two classes now there were not the pick of the litter, and I'm sure employers will figure that out. Of course, because it's so new, few employers will have heard of it. The school probably doesn't have much of an endowment, so not a lot of aid to give out, either. All of this might not matter if cost wasn't an issue, but the school is just as pricey as any other private school.
You might get a fine legal education there, and scuttlebutt is the school is working really hard to become a good school, but if you have other options it's probably better right now to let someone else break the place in.