What type of law are you planning on studying and what about the rest of your class?
Very few people have an idea of what they actually want to do. Some have a reason why they came, but as you start learning more about the law, other areas start to become more interesting. That being said, there are a fair number of sports and entertainment minded people, as well as business and health.
How are your other classmates in general? Are they happy to be where they are or are they all trying to gun for better schools? Are they fairly social and friendly?
They're great. Not many people are talking about transferring, in fact, I may be the only one who has openly mentioned kicking ass and transferring that I know of. People are typically social, but because the workload is fairly large, we haven't been getting out as much as we did before. We play soccer one to two times per week, and we are putting together flag football teams for intramurals. There's a lot going on, and other students, especially 2 and 3Ls want to help you in any way they can.
Same for the professors. Are they friendly and easy to approach?
Yeah. The school as a whole seems like it wants everyone to be an A student, and that they genuinely want everyone to succeed to the highest level possible. Professors really want to see you do well, and they do everything they can to make sure that you have what you need to do so. They are pretty nice and easy to approach, but as with people in general, some are more approachable than others.
Are you going FT or PT? In either case, how is the work load so far?
I'm FT. But I started in summer, so I've only got 5 classes, as opposed to 6. That said, I consider myself lucky to get 6 hours of sleep/night during the week. The work load is what it is. Usually 5-6 hours of work per night, on average. Its nothing too difficult, but it is very dense so it takes time to unpack it.
If there's anything else you want to know, ask here or PM me.
And yes, there are a few smoking hotties here. Nothing like what I saw at 'Zona, but worthwhile nevertheless.