I would recommend not going to law school. There's a reason the three schools you mention are awful. Law is all about critical thinking, and while that certainly does not exclude religious belief, attempting to combine a legal education with fundamentalist religion simply does not work. Get a degree in theology or divinity if religion is that important to you.
ok first of all, how do you define fundamentalist? you have a strand of fundamentalist Islam which advocates the killing of Jews, Americans and most other westerners, and subjugation of women. Then you have "fundamentalist" Christians who believe abortion is murder and make that view clear in their civic actions. Are you really going to compare the two? To be sure there are clinic bombers but they are not nearly as prevalent as Muslim extremists. This is not meant as an attack on Islam in general, I just want to make it clear that "fundamentalist" needs to be better defined.
Furthermore, why can't a Bible-believing person get a good legal education? do you think they will be unable to separate their idealism from the practicalities of the law? shouldn't the same be said about environmentalists whose views often directly contradict US law? should we call ardent environmentalist "fundamentalists" because they believe so strongly in their cause.
Now personally, I would advise the OP to reconsider for the reasons I expressed in an earlier post, but that does not mean that we should demean the school simply because of its religion.