These schools are all over the map why such a broad range?
As far the transfer goes don't expect that to happen. The vast majority of law students don't transfer even if they could. First you need to well academically to transfer often in the top 20-25%, which 80-75% of students aren't in. Even if you happen to overcome the 80% odds of finishing in the top 20% your 1L year is something that really can't be explained, and you make a lot of relationships that are hard to leave plus cross country moves while looking for internships and all that other jazz is unlikely. If D.C. is absolutely where you want to be then I would only go to school in D.C. If that means an LSAT retake then that would be best. I would not go to Phoenix, San Diego, San Francisco, if D.C. is where you wanted to end up.
The location of your school is the most important consideration, because that is simply where you will end up. I know there are exceptions, but 90% of the time if not more you get comfortable living somewhere and especially when your saddled with 100k+ in loans and no cashflow a cross country move is often out of the question.
If you truthfully don't care where you end up then I would go to the cheapest school possible of the ones listed. They are all ABA, but nothing spectacular about them and I would get out with as little debt as possible. I don't know if your a Florida Resident, but I noticed two Florida schools and FIU is about the best priced law school in America and that might be an option. Just a sidenote if you haven't applied there already.
Good luck to you.