Not especially bad, I think. Some adcomms go as far as saying that they find LOR's to be irrelevant (I think I've read that GW's dean of admissions holds this view), but most assign them only marginal importance, at best. Not to say that it can't be important or that you shouldn't get the best recs possible, but I think it may be fair to say that you stand to lose more than you stand to gain from the LOR's. That is, a great letter is less likely to get you in than a poor letter is likely to knock you out (and by "poor" I don't mean "boring"... I mean when you do not really get a strong endorsement). But this is only my intuition.
For decent info on LOR's, check out Anna Ivey's book "Ivey's Guide to Law School Admissions."