I said I'd write something about the ASD, but I'm not sure there's much to say. We listened to addresses by the dean, a couple of professors and a few current students. There was a moot court demonstration. There was a tour. There was a reception at the end. Nothing too unusual, unless I missed something that happened in the other section (we were divided into two groups most of the way through.)
The dean and the professors seemed pretty up-front about the current job market. One of the events at Georgia's ASD featured a panel of six students who have worked at jobs in small firms, large firms and government offices (one guy talked about doing legal work for a British amusement park - not exactly what I'm interested in, but interesting to hear all the same.) They admitted that it's a lot easier to get work in Georgia with a UGA JD and that most grads stay in-state, which is pretty obvious to anyone who's seen the numbers anyway. The staff also kept bringing up the debt burden that a lot of grads face - a point in UGA's favor since their tuition is low relative to other schools. All in all, if you've done your research on Georgia Law, I don't think you would have learned much in the way of new information.
I liked the atmosphere. UGA definitely feels pretty relaxed - I didn't pick up on anything negative that I've seen and heard at a few other law schools, and everyone I talked to seemed to feel the same way. But then, you don't really know until you start, right? It probably also helped that the ASD was held on a nice sunny 70 degree day.
Anyway, those were my thoughts. Any disagreements/other opinions about it?