I have some mixed feelings. There were some portions of the event I didn't particularly care for. The capitol hill trip was well intentioned, but was pretty much the most obnoxious way possible of telling us 'hey, the law school is right in the middle of DC and that is super awesome'. I'm wondering why they didn't have the alumni staffers come to the school (it is only a few blocks away for them). Having to wait for the buses, wait to go through security, and wait for the buses again was a real drag.
One of my major concerns about Georgetown is the large size and they weren't able to alleviate those concerns for me. It didn't help that every room we were in was short (or almost short) of seats - the room at the capitol, the dinner reception, etc. I guess that's going to be the case when it comes to a school that admits over 2000 people a year for a class of over 600. The campus was smaller than I expected, considering the size of the student body.
On the plus side, the facilities are wonderful. At my current school you have the nice new buildings they show you on the tour, but you end up taking most of your classes in the crummy old buildings. All of the areas of the law center were really nice. Anyone get to see the upper levels of the sports and fitness center? Individual TVs on all the cardio machines! I stayed with a student host in his room in the on-campus apartments and I thought they were pretty good too - they'd defintely be an upgrade from my current on-campus apartment.
Most of the faculty and student interaction I had was good. I really liked the moot argument they had before lunch today and I had a great conversation with a professor during breakfast. I liked most of the students I met - as I was told twice in a three minute span on the bus to the bar, they work hard and they play hard - and I think that's a good thing.
The financial aid presentation was very informative and helped make the whole process a bit less daunting for me.
I don't know what I think about the curriculum B thing, but I think its a plus that Georgetown is trying something new.
Yesterday and today were literally my first time ever on a law school campus (no LS on my UG campus), so it's hard to completely evaluate GULC yet without anything to compare it with. Georgetown still ranks high for me, but it's nowhere near a slam dunk.