Most, if not all of the schools you have listed, are currently embroiled in a massive class action lawsuit for deceptive and fraudulent job statistics (perform a simple Google search). Your LSAT is very low. Coming out of any of those schools is going to leave you 6 figures in non-dischargeable debt and dismal prospects. I practice down here in Florida. Barry is considered a joke. Nova isn't much better. I graduated from a T2 school with honors last May. I found a job just before December. I get paid 50K/year and have to hit 2000 billable hours per year (around 60 hours of actual work per week). Luckily, I had a hefty scholarship that covered nearly all of my tuition. Otherwise, I would be paying a thousand bucks a month to loan companies. Law is wildly over-saturated market right now. A recent NY Post article documented how Columbia and NYU grads are struggling to find jobs that pay 40K per year. The true average starting salary of a lawyer is 40-50K. You can make just as much money as a manager at Target, and that only requires a B.A. My advice is to stay as far away from law school as you can. But if you aren't going to listen to me (and you probably won't, because I have first hand experience, but you will undoubtedly feel as if you will somehow be the exception), then take a year off and study for the LSAT. Truly study. It's teachable. I had your same GPA and, after taking some time off to study, I hit a 164. I had some great scholarship offers as a result. That makes my life as an overworked, underpaid attorney slightly less miserable.
But seriously, don't go to any of those schools. If they are being sued, or about to be sued, you would be an idiot to even consider them. If you absolutely must go to law school, go for free or nearly for free. That means retaking the LSAT. You don't need to graduate in 3 years, as the job market is going to be just as crappy as it is now. Take a year off and study. As an attorney, you will have to do your due diligence. May as well start now. I wish I would have.