Unfortunately, the problems at Wayne go far beyond Dean Wu. (I hope his replacement is good, but I know he's a 2d choice--their 1st choice turned them down) Six faculty members left this year or are leaving at the end (including two of the school's best teachers)--they will be lucky to replace 2 of those 6, because good young profs don't want to go there. There are only 1 1/2 clinical profs for the whole school. The school fell into the 4th tier last year. It has returned to T3, but it is now well behind MSU, and is unlikely to catch up. Much as I hate to say it, Wayne is now the #3 school in MI. The real problem here is that Wayne's program is far out of date. Law firms want to hire lawyers who are ready to practice "out of the box." They don't want to spend years training lawyers who come from schools that stress theory to the exclusion of practice. MSU has gotten with that program (and UDM has done so with a vengeance! Go to their website and read the story the Wall Street Journal did on them). Wayne's legal writing program is ten years out of date, and there are not enough clinical/pretrial ad courses for everyone, or even for most students. Its profs have heavy publishing obligations. They are very bright (and some of them are quick to let you know it), but their obscure law review articles don't help you practice law.
Over many years, Wayne was the unquestioned #2 school in MI. Also--its tuition used to be 1/2 of the other schools. It was a great bargain, and it has many proud and successful alums, which will help you in future job searches. But it is now #3 in US News, and won't catch MSU. The dynamics are against the school.
Last point: if you tell MSU and UDM that you are serious about WSU, they'll usually give you $ to make up the tuition difference. Then make your choice on the merits.
Truly last point, as many posters have noted: the customer service at UDM/MSU is much better. Wayne's people in admissions, etc are fine, but they are grossly understaffed and have been for years. It will not change