UPDATE: The table below has been corrected due to an error on my part--it double-counted the non-JD online degrees.
It turns out that the original figures I used were underinclusive in one respect: the ABA reports "non-JD enrollment" as the sum of post-JD enrollment and post-baccalaureate enrollment (including "non law," usually including "master level programs aimed at non-lawyer professionals"). But it excludes the 1677 "non-JD online" enrollment. [UPDATE: This is incorrect: it was pointed out to me that the totals DO include the non-JD online. A corrected able is below.]
I sorted the schools by the total non-JD enrollment--including post-JD, post-baccalaureate, and non-JD online--as a percentage of total enrollment (the denominator being those categories, plus full-time and part-time JD enrollment). These schools had the highest percentage of non-JD enrollment.
Loyola Chicago: 32.2%
Boston University: 30.7%
Golden Gate 21.6%
Washington University in St. Louis: 18.9%
Penn State: 17.1%
Case Western: 16.8%
George Washington: 16.6%