This has been said many times, but you would be better served by taking a year or two off, getting some work experience and retaking the LSAT. I'm sure from your position it seems like being at the top of your class will be easy (since you've probably been there for most of your academic career), but you have no idea how competitive law school is, especially at lessly regarded law school. At a lower-ranked law school you have three things working against being in the top of the class: (1) People who go into law school are, in my opinion, naturally competitive. Practically everyone has done well in school for most of their lives. (2) At a lower tier law school, you need to do well if you want to have any career prospects whatsoever. If you are in the bottom of your class at a top school, you probably will still have some options, but if you are at the bottom a 4th tier school, managing a Starbucks might be in your future. (3) Lastly, you are probably not the only person enrolling in a law school thinking about transferring up. Transferring seems to be the new fad (just look at other threads, people at Michigan, UVA, etc. are even trying to transfer up). Those students who are looking up know that they have to do really, really well, and study accordingly.
I'm sure that none of this will hit home for you, so here is my other piece of advice. Enjoy the rest of the summer, because you will almost literally have to live in the library come the fall. Others will say that you don't have to study that much to do well, and they might be right. But if you go to John Marshall, simply so you can transfer up, you need to be prepared to spend 60+ hours (outside of class) per week studying to put yourself in a position where, if you have a good couple of weeks of finals, you can be in the top 10%. Best of luck to you.