I know the deposit deadline was Monday, but I did not submit my deposit and will officially withdraw either today or tomorrow via e-mail I think.
To answer the above, I will list what I did not like and what I liked about Wake when I visited (not on an ASD).
I liked the smaller class sizes for 1L's comparative to other schools I am considering. I liked how everyone seemed pretty laid back and chill when it came to competitiveness and it seemed like a very collegiate atmosphere. Nearby apartments are also very affordable for a very nice place and Winston-Salem is a pretty nice town and not a bad place to spend 3 years. I also like the price for me at least as they awarded me the highest scholly of all the schools I have applied to.
I did not like the building. It is shared with the business school currently divided half and half. This will be changed next year in fall 2013 when the business school moves into their new building (which is amazing), but I am not sure if the law school will take over the whole building or if another school graduate program will move into the space currently occupied by the business school. The classrooms were mediocre (but thats mostly everywhere) as was the library. What I found most disconcerting about the school however was the quality of the teaching and the level of discussion in the classrooms. I attended 2 classes with a buddy (1L) while I was there and let's just say the level of discussion in the classroom was nowhere near the academic level as when I attended the very same classes (con-law and property) at other schools including Fordham, WUSTL, and BU. This may not matter to most but I found this to be my biggest problem with the school simply because I felt like I was in a dumbed down class on the topic matter. I even learned the same material (NEXUS test and 13-14th amendment) at another school and the level of discussion was not even comparable in terms of how much I learned and the quality of the teaching (yes it could've just been the teacher(s)). Lastly you are competing with many schools in the area for jobs which accounts for the mediocre employment numbers. The numbers are not horrible, but they are not great and it scares me competing with so many schools for Charlotte, DC, ATL, ect.
That's my 2 cents. And as it seems at every law school, most of the single girls in the 1L class, of which there are only a limited number, were not the most attractive