Even with a good background like what you have, the GPA will be problematic. I don't wish to start a discussion on the topic, but, yes, being a female minority can skew things in your favor quite a bit. According to the LSAC site (http://officialguide.lsac.org/UGPASearch/LSATGPA.aspx?ref=inline&sidstring=
), Fordham is probably out of reach no matter what. For the other schools, you may have a decent shot if you can score really well on the LSAT. Seton Hall and Cardozo will be iffy even with a good score, but the other two will probably accept you if you can score in the top quarter or so.
I would like to ask, though, why you are going to grad school if your real goal is law school. What purpose does all the work and money to get that degree have if you're eventually going to do something totally different?