I am a CSL grad. If you hold that against me I won't blame you because I am the biggest critic of the school. I regret going to law school generally and to CSL specifically. My classmates were dumb and full of puffed-up stories about why they "chose" CSL over better schools because they "wanted to stay in Charlotte" (give me a break). I couldn't get a proper law job when I graduated so I worked in document review for two years before a relative at a small firm in Greensboro offered to take me on. I've been at the firm for about three years and while I'm grateful for the job I am not satisfied doing low-level legal work. I tried getting a lateral position at a more established firm but no one will look at me with a degree from CSL, even though I graduated with honors and otherwise have a respectable resume.
Bottom line: having a degree from the Charlotte School of Law is like having genital herpes: there's no way to undo it, it's terribly uncomfortable, most people will want nothing to do with you, those who are willing to be with you are usually settling or have the disease themselves, and while some days are better than others, the knowledge that it's always there and might surface at any point looms like a dark cloud overhead.
I'd rather have the herpes than the degree.