Most people, I think, are afraid to admit that they are (or will) attend an online law school even though distance education is a viable method of attaining a degree.
I have completed 2 online degrees, and will attend law school online (later this year) and see absolutely no problem with it. I think it takes a very dedicated and motivated person to complete an online degree -- you can't get away with the shinanigans that I have seen posted regarding f2f classes. Prof's know that you are there, you must sign in to get credit, if they call on you you are held responsible for answering, and you have to turn your work in on time. There is no getting around the system, which I hope will help to increase (at least minimally) the number of ETHICAL lawyers that exist out there.
Bash me if you will, but I think that distance education is where it is at for some people. I happen to be one of those.