Dear idoee and llmintime,
Indeed, the welcome package is there to tempt us as much as possible. So the points you are making are obviously valid and worth keeping in mind by us all while making a final decision :-)
I actually flipped through the pages regarding campus, life, events etc. but what caught my attention was the part describing the courses in a very detailed way. It really made an impression on me. They organise plenty of interesting courses - shared with WBS students - on corp. governance, corporate finance, international bussiness transactions etc, which seem to be very useful for people who kind of tempt to go into law/business direction.
My question was rather referring to the courses at Berkeley - whether they tend to be rather general or also very detailed and topic oriented. It is hard for me to draw any conclusions from the information provided on their website.
I'm not sure whether you've reached this page, but it brings good information on the many classes offered at Berkeley:
In the case of IP & Technology Law, I'm sure they offer very specific courses and I quite confident that I will find good business-oriented opportunities, including the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology's weekly events.