Fordham Law is a good school. It can be summed up just the way you'd think: third best law school in New York City. By best, I mean based on its reputation with New York employers. I don't necessarily know that the professors are as a whole more distinguished than those at Cardozo or Brooklyn Law. I'm inclined to think that the actual quality of professors is the same.
I stress again that I don't think you should adjust any law school decision based on Fordham's status as a Jesuit university. Perhaps it's relevant to the undergrad, but not to the law school. Few law students actually pay attention to the university itself. The law school had to take down plaques with the University's own logo because of complaints about the Catholic symbols. Many observant Jews attend, and teach at, Fordham Law. Kosher food is served at most events.
There's an active student group for gay students, and a Lavender Law (whatever that is) day for firms to recruit.
I'll bet if you ask five random Fordham Law students what Fordham's mascot is, not a single one could tell you (it's the Rams, by the way. Which, depending on your imagination, sounds a little gay).
Is there anything else that you want to know?