The schools should take into account the curve at your school when evaluating your GPA. Does that mean they will take you over a T1 or T2 transfer applicant with similar grades / rank? Of course not.
Luckily your rank is high. The problem is, you only told us you applied to 3 schools, none of which take a boatload of transfers. That means you may get in, or you may not.
The only way to increase your chances at this point is to apply to more schools. You'll have to ask yourself, what's worse, staying at my school or paying some more app fees?
Look at the lsac / aba guide for info on how many transfers a school took last year.
As for the curve, I doubt it's a strict C curve (i.e. 2.0) because that would mean 50% of your classmates flunk out after first year. It's probably more like a 2.5-2.7.
If your school is newer, or provisionally accredited, or one of the worst in the country (i.e. Cooley, Southern, Tex Southern, UDC,etc.) you might have major problems.
Is there anything else in your background that might help you ? For example, did you do undergrad or grad school somewhere that has a top law school you want to transfer to? That might help a little.