Graduating Rutgers-Camden 3L here. I loved the school. Camden may sound like a tough place, but the area the school is in is pretty nice and Philly is literally right across the bridge (less than 5 mins.). I have a federal clerkship lined up and I believe a decent portion of the graduating class has jobs as well, primarily because we place a lot of students into state-level clerkships (which in this economy is a very good thing, much better than having no job at all). The top of the class consistently pull down big-law in Philly, NJ, and few NY, but NY is mostly reserved for the very top of the class. The students are mostly cooperative and the faculty are great. No complaints here, solid education, and affordable too (assuming you're in-state).
p.s. if you're looking for a place to live I know a lot of people live in The Victor in Camden. It's a little pricey, but its literally a block from the school, right on the waterfront, and very nice. A lot of students live in Cherry Hill and Haddonfield as well. Some also live in Philly, but I'm not sure how in-state tuition works if you live in Philly.