I've spoken to a couple of the partners at the top IP law firms
I don't mean to be dismissive, but I'll stop you right there. First, what "a couple of the partners at the top IP law firms" say has zero bearing on anything an admissions committee does or doesn't do.
Second, people say a lot of things. Frankly, they tend to say a lot of very nice things. Things like, "If you ever need a job, give me a call" or "you're the sharpest kid I've seen in a long, long time." Talk, unfortunately, is free to give, hence the expression "talk is cheap".
With a 3.35 gpa, you will not be applying for the very best law schools. You'll be in the fatter part of the bell curve. Those law schools take a LOT of applications and base the vast majority of their decisions on LSAT and GPA, alone.
If they have multiple candidates who are on the brink, with similar LSAT and GPA, sometimes they'll go to other factors. Your majors will undoubtedly be very positive. However, chances are at least a few dozen people with your LSAT and GPA have a backstory like having been a Guatamalen refugee, or escaping a violent revolution in the former Soviet Bloc, etc.
Your major is an intangible, and it would have to be more impressive than the intangibles of a lot of other people to matter much. Frankly, the admissions committee is probably more interested in giving a break to some kid whose mother was a crackwhore or who handed out blankets during the Japanese earthquakes.
Personally, I think it's darned impressive that you got a triple major in 4 years. However, it's not likely to impact your admissions chances much. I know you don't like that answer and it's unfair for all sorts of reasons. Folks are just telling you like it is.
Best of luck.