Jer, have you not been following lsn? They've already waitlist-accepted at least three people on there, and one of my friends who hasn't updated it on there.
I proctored exams on this level during the fall. The director of exam proctoring explained to me that other students weren't allowed up there because that is where students with special needs were given their exams. Some of them required more time because English is not their first language or other instances. Since law schools are so competitive, students would likely not appreciate knowing which of their fellow students receive 1.5 or 2 times the amount of time the others receive. To my knowledge, there were no faculty offices up there. There were private reading rooms in which students took the exams and larger rooms probably used for conferences if I had to guess. I'll bet we are talking about the same place. How many "private floors" could there be?!?