Sounds good to me. Especially if it means paying less tuition (one-year's worth of tuition less!).
But how realistic is it? Especially when the top schools, like Harvard and Yale aren't on board?
Northwestern Law school has a 2-year accelerated program. But it's designed for non-traditional students who have been on the professional track (ibankers; private equity stars; etc.).
Anyhow, I wanted to quickly share this article with you guys (see here). The article speaks on the 2-year law school issue.
If you ask for my LSAT 2-cents...I really don't think it's gonna become a fad anytime soon. :)