Just make sure you know what you're getting yourself into before you go - only 59% of 2015 grads from this school got full time JD required jobs
Looks like UH's is lower in that specific category according to law school transparency. I think that's also about 100 less students.
If I wanted to stay in Houston I'd consider only these 2 schools.
More so looking to get any firm experience and then open up my own vs BigLaw which is too lofty a goal considering I can't get into a tier one with my GPA.