There are a lot of law schools in Ohio, but none of them are top-ranked. Ohio State is probably the best, with Cincinnati and Case Reserve close behind. The edge between the latter two goes to Cincinnati for much lower tuition.
In the next category are Toledo and Cleveland-Marshall. Neither is that hard to get in to, but they both have supportive atmospheres and quality self-perceptions.
Akron, Capitol, Dayton, and Ohio Northern are the Tier 4 schools of Ohio. I don't know anything about Dayton, but I know graduates of Capital, Northern, and Akron. Of the three, I would take Ohio Northern if they gave me a lot of money. Otherwise, I would take the public tuition at Akron.