A few of my co-workers attend their business school and I studied economics and managerial economics there as an undergrad. Their program is very good for what it is. In my opinion it is the ideal program for older applicants or those who need to check off the "has MBA" box on their resume or with their current company. I do not think it would open doors outside of your current industry, but it will give you a solid foundation and a tight local network of classmates. The teachers are very good for what it is as well, but you are not going to get the same caliber of experience as most of the schools mentioned on this forum. The law school is pretty good and if you are more focused on law and want business fundamentals without all the dog and pony of a top program then I would say it is a good fit. One big step up the ladder would be Haas and the law program at Berkeley if you're interested in being a heavy hitter.
thanks so much for your detailed explanation.... very helpful post
unfortunately I didn't get accepted at Berkeley for law, so i am trying to see b/w the schools i got in for law which one could provide me with a good business foundation as well as a little bit of name recognition...