Seems fine to me. FYI almost all of UVA's class requirements are structured in such a way that you'll meet the requirements to apply to sit for the bar. For example, in NY you need 2 credits of PR, minimum of like 80 credits, etc. I'm almost positive that there was a minimum of classroom (vs. clinics, etc.) credits as well.
They do that so you don't sit down to register for the bar in spring of 3L and realize you're fucked because you didn't take the right classes.
edit: yeah, here's NY requirements to sit for the bar. Note how it requires 64 in-class credits to sit for the bar, which is conveniently exactly what UVA requires to graduate.
Overview of Instructional, Credit Hour and Course of Study Requirements (Applicants should read Rule 520.3 in its entirety for all requirements):
Program and course of study at ABA approved law school must be completed no earlier than 24 months and no later than 60 months after commencement of all law study.
A student is not permitted to enroll in coursework that exceeds 20% of total coursework required for graduation.
At least 83 credits hours must be required for graduation.
At least 64 of the 83 credit hours must be earned in classroom study.
At least 2 credit hours must be earned in a course in professional responsibility.
Up to 30 credits hours may be granted for clinical courses, field placements programs and externships (including classroom components), within defined parameters, toward the 83 credit hours.
Up to 12 credit hours may be awarded toward the 83 credit hours (but not the 64 classroom credit hours) for joint degree or other courses taught at another school within the university or at a school affiliated with law school.
Up to 12 credit hours of synchronous distance education courses, within defined parameters, may be included in the 83 credit hours and the 64 classroom credit hours.
No more than one-third of total credits required for graduation may come from study in a foreign country.