Aside from the typical caveats regarding practice limits that come with an online JD, consider what your'e looking for in terms of post-law school experience. If you're interested in practicing law immediately as a solo practitioner, or even with a law firm, make sure you're getting the skills you need. From what I understand, even ABA law schools have finally "received the memo" that the case method is worthless and the smart ones are moving towards practical programs. www.stfrancislaw.com
seems to have a program that is focused on teaching the actual practice of law. Makes sense to me--after all, law was taught through apprenticeship years ago.
If you're looking for something that's just for knowledge, I suppose taft might be decent, but I would't expect to walk out with an ability to actually practice unless you self-teach (again, a consistent theme on these boards is self-teaching when you're at an online school).