1. The Student Body - Emory does a great job of putting together a diverse mix of students. Most of the people I know took off sometime between undergrad and law school and most have done some pretty incredible things in between. The class is no more competitive than any other school I suppose, but everyone here is bright and very serious about their education. Like most private schools you have your trust fund babies, but they're not that bothersome.
2. Atlanta - Atlanta is an amazing city. It is the business and cultural hub of the south. There are amazing restaurants, shows, venues, festivals, and everything you could think of. It is not urban like DC or chicago, it definitely is the definition of urban sprawl, but Emory is located near everything there is to do. Yah traffic sucks but the job opportunities seem to be pretty abundant, especially for Emory grads.
3. Facilities - The library is nice, plenty of studying areas and such. The main law school is all right, the classrooms are a bit cold and boring. The main area where the students congregate is a bit blah as well (its called the bus station). But Bacardi plaza (a gift from the son, who graduated from emory law, of the Bacardi rum guy) is pretty nice and some organization usually has a keg out there at least once a week.
Hope that helps!