I applied to Cardozo last year with a 156/3.73, was waitlisted and later rejected.
It's my understanding that they prefer 160+ LSATs (at least from my experience and a comment I got from an adcom during my visit).
We're almost identical.
I'm non-URM female, 2 years work experience, 158-156 LSAT(s), 3.73 and would love to figure out the best way to get into Loyola Marymount. . .I'd much prefer FT to PT, but I think I might have a better shot at PT. Ugh, who knows.
From your list (and the schools I'm applying to next year!):
GA State: Target (I'd say you'll get in but with no $$. . .any idea if you can get resident tuition after the first year? They're dirt cheap)
Emory: Reach (probable rejection. . .not stopping me from trying anyway, though!)
Loyola Marymount: Target to a low reach (FT = probable WL, PT = probably an acceptance)
Pepperdine: Target (I'd say definitively in).
. . .but what do I know? Last year with your numbers (or close enough), I got into Hamline (with $$)
Seton Hall (really liked the facilities)
Catholic University (ditto on really liking the facilities)
University of the Pacific (with $$ and I really loved the campus and the people I met on my visit. If I'd done it all over again, I would've accepted their offer and be preparing for my 2L year. I'm going to reapply).
Good luck and maybe we'll see each other at the same school next Fall!