Do you have a deep Christian belief and you want to look only at law schools that support your beliefs, and in which you can attend classes with people like you. Certainly there are Christian organizations at most law schools in which you can participate, but there is a trend to build law schools just for you. According to NPR (which has a written and audio article on its website dealing with this issue) list these schools as follows:
Regent University School of Law: Founded by televangelist Pat Robertson, Regent University School of Law was established in 1986 as a full-time, three-year law program. It gained full accreditation from the American Bar Association (ABA) in 1996 -- the first religiously conservative law school to do so. Today, 500 students attend the school. Students come from 44 states, over 413 colleges and universities and numerous foreign countries. "The number one distinction in our school is teaching from a religious perspective; faith impacts what we do in the classrooms." -- Dean Jeff Brauch
Liberty University School of Law: Televangelist Jerry Falwell founded Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va., in 1971 as a fundamentalist Baptist university. The law school welcomed its first students in the fall of 2004 and is working towards provisional accreditation from the ABA. Currently, 56 students from 22 states and one foreign country (India) attend the school. "Liberty University School of Law is founded upon the premise that there is an integral relationship between faith and reason, and that both have their origin in the Triune God." -- Liberty's Web site
Ave Maria School of Law: Located in Anne Arbor, Mich., Ave Maria School of Law opened its doors in 2000. The school was founded by devout Catholic Thomas S. Monaghan, founder of Domino's Pizza. Students from 43 states and 125 universities enrolled for the 2004-2005 school year. On May 2, 2005, the ABA gave a recommendation of full accreditation to Ave Maria School of Law. Ave Maria is in the process of moving its law school to the new Ave Maria township and university in Florida.