I am in the same situation but one year ahead of you. Nearly all the schools that have part time programs of their own accept part time transfers. There are a handful of FT only schools that will consider you as a transfer. Most of the schools have clear information on their websites. Some say you must have a full first year completed by the application deadline others say you need a minimum of X credits to apply and others still have different requirements. My advice to you is to make an initial list of 15-20 schools because about half of them are not even going to let you apply so in reality you will end up with about 7-10 possibilities. Also, before you get ahead of yourself, you're going to need to get the grades to get in*. I was deferred from Georgetown last week but that is remarkable considering my GPA and LSAT were probably good enough to have the janitor at the Georgetown admissions office jerk off on my application if I had applied as a 1L - the point being that all transfer schools care about are your 1L grades.*Many very smart people get B's and B-'s in their first semester of law school because they do not know how to write a law school exam - learn now.