Here's the posted employment statistics for the Class of 2012 in case anyone was interested. Looks like they do a pretty decent job of finding their graduates employments. I'm a little curious about the high number of people in 2-10 law firm positions.
Director of career services addressed that as well- a large majority of law firms in Louisiana are 2-10 attorneys. Being from Louisiana and living here now I can say that this is definitely true, at least in my city. Most of the graduating class remains in La although it isn't uncommon to find opportunities in other states.
The student panel was probably the most informative at visiting day. One of the students addressed the common competition for summer work and externships/internships at other schools. He was able to intern (I forget where) but there were other students from Duke, Georgetown and other "big" name schools who couldn't believe he didn't have to fight tooth and nail to be there. He expressed an interest, Professor Brooks made a phone call on his behalf, and he was given the internship. They did echo that grades are an important factor in OCIs but they've done a very good job establishing relationships and providing the students with some great opportunities both here and abroad. They mentioned that one student wanted to work in Alaska over the summer and they got her/him in Alaska. I was really impressed. *steps off soapbox now*