Many lawyers and law firms are being replaced by legal software, outsourcing and inexpensive internet based legal services.
Even law school grads from top tier schools can't land a job, therefore, it isn't a good investment in this market or worth going in debt for. If you have to do it, go the least expensive route and look for an affordable distance learning accredited law school like Concord in California. They use a live web conferencing format, so students interact in real time.
You would fly in to California after the first year to take the baby bar. If successful, you would continue until awarded your JD. You'd then fly in to sit the California Bar exam.
As a licensed California lawyer you could practice before federal courts. You could also practice before the U.S. Distict Court in Mass and represent internationally clients in federal suits. You could also appear before state courts on a pro hac vice basis. Once you gain experience, you would then come in "on motion" to sit the State bar in Mass. Another Concord Law grad successfully argued his case before the SJC in Mass to sit the bar and passed on his first try.
Go the least expensive route if you are absolutely set on being a lawyer. You'll be hanging up a solo shingle anyway, so all that matters is your determination and law license.