I think Shane had the right thought in regard to this. Conversely, Kruddler is way off base.
Law schools may be Catholic or Christian in name but I have yet to come into contact with one that has any real religious emphasis. I'm currently at a Catholic LS and if you didn't know it already, probably would be hard to tell. Close friend of mine from undergrad actually goes to Catholic (DC) Law and it's secular in academic application.
With how chest-thumpingly politically correct and liberal law schools are these days, I would find it hard to locate a respectable law school that truly imposes any sort of religion (would make teaching the Free Exercise Clause a bit tricky as well).
The exception of course being our wonderful friends, the fundamental Christians. I'm pretty sure the big JC would get sanctioned for his hippie long hair and sandals at Liberty. I think itís an abomination for Liberty to get any sort of nod by the ABA.