How bad off you are depends on what your expectations are. There are people who have made wonderful law careers after going to *lower* ranked schools. But they had to bust their asses and work for it. And that is honorable... but are you okay with that and are you up for that? Obviously great soft factors and being a URM will help, but not significantly. Your best bet would be to look at chiashu and lsac's calculator to determine which schools you have a decent shot at. Also, you should be totally open to going to law school anywhere. You can always plan on transferring, but if you are put in the position of feeling like you want to transfer, do not count on it. If you don't like the results that you get from doing these things, you can get some real work experience (or more if you have already had a career), take an LSAT class, and study study study. Either way, if this is your dream, you just have to go for it. You are the only one who has control over your future and if this is what you want don't let anything or anyone stand in your way. Good luck!
I have been told that anything under a 150 won't get you into an ABA accredited school