Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California at Berkeley has made two tenured appointments: David Sklansky (criminal procedure, evidence) from UCLA and Leti Volpp (immigration law, law & culture, Asian-Americans and the law) from American University.
In addition, Boalt has made tenured offers to a couple, Gillian Lester, who is a well-known expert in employment law, at UCLA and Eric Talley, who many consider to be one of the very top scholars in the country in his age cohort in corporate law and law & economics, at the University of Southern California; they will be visiting professors at Boalt next year. (Earlier this year, Boalt lost Stephen Choi, in corporate law and law & economics, to New York University.) A number of top schools, including Texas, were in the "hunt" for this scholarly couple this past year! (A propos our earlier discussion of "look-see" visits, it is interesting to note that this is the second case I know of this year where top lateral prospects receive permanent offers, and then elect to visit to "look-see" the school, as it were, rather than the other way around.)
More details on some of the preceding, as well as information on a junior hire, is here.
UPDATE: And a third case of the reverse "look-see": Cynthia Estlund (employment law) at Columbia Law School has a permanent offer from New York University, and will visit before deciding.