Yeah, I love W&L. Hopefully Lenny will post here; he's a recent grad who picked W&L over Vandy and Georgetown PT. W&L has a major advantage in cost-of-living. I also think that the supportive, low-traffic, little-distraction environment is a major plus for law school. It's a great chance to experience a small-town environment that you probably wouldn't otherwise consider. It's got a great student-faculty ratio, you can talk to your professors without being a total dork/gunner, and overall it's a fantastic experience. I'm really not sure what the advantage of Vandy is if you want to work in the Southeast, other than it being in a great city (I'm looking at Nashville for a job once I graduate), but you'll be busy enough in school (and, if you're like most of us, broke enough too) that you really won't be able to enjoy it that much.Just my 2c, I can't knock Vandy, but you can't go wrong w/W&L, unless you're an obnoxious prick (you certainly don't seem like one), because you won't have any friends here.
I would say thanks for the compliment, but that pesky ellipsis makes me think otherwise. Praytell when I have ever not been candid (uncandid? is that a word?).