This is from Whittier's Webpage
21. If I have attended a non-ABA law school, can I transfer to Whittier Law School with my credits?
The Law School will only accept transfer students from another ABA-accredited law school.http://www.law.whittier.edu/admissions/admissions_faq.asp#nonaba
This is from Oklahoma City University:
If I am attending a law school that is not accredited by the American Bar Association, may I apply as a transfer student?
All current law students are welcome to apply to OCU LAW. However, it is very rare and only under highly exceptional circumstances that the Admissions Committee accepts students from non-ABA accredited law schools. Please contact an admissions counselor for more information.http://www.okcu.edu/law/admissions/admissions_transfer.html#e
These are both T4 schools (and Whittier is on probation). If they won't let you in with non-ABA credits, I don't think any school worth its salt will either.
Don't mean to drag you down, but that is what you are looking at.