Disclaimer: I am no expert when it comes to any of this.
I graduated from a TTT undergrad. According to my academic summary, my GPA is way higher than my college mean. And by the way I am scoring on LSAT practice exams, my LSAT will be higher, too.
In speaking with my pre-law adviser, students from my university have gone to a variety of schools from Harvard to Cornell, Stetson to St. Thomas. It's all over the board.
I would imagine that if you have the GPA and LSAT that meets or exceeds the expectations for that admissions cycle, your prospective law school is going to take a good look at you. And barring a horrible application or PS, you will be admitted. I'm sure there are schools who look down on your TTT education, but those are the schools who will reject you even with a 4.0/180/orphan/rescued abandoned puppies in the mid-Atlantic and converted them over to Western religion during your summer vacations application.