Agree 100% with @Publisher. A 175 URM with a 3.56 is likely to have lots of choices among the T14s. Harvard may be the most likely admit among the T3.
Are you thinking about submitting applications now, to start in the fall of 2021? If so, it may be worth delaying for a year because admissions get tougher the later in the application cycle you are, and Feb-March is considered “late.” However, it’s possible that the 175/URM status would mitigate the impact of an application now, to start in the fall of 2021. But, if at the end of this cycle, you were not satisfied with your acceptances for fall 2021, re-applying for fall 2022 could make good sense.
Another consideration – if you are applying now, for the fall, it sounds like you may be “KJD” – that is, straight from undergrad to law school. If so, it may be useful to think about ways to talk about “work-like” experience, and to talk with your recommenders about ways to weave in work-related experience – leadership, team work, accountability – into their letters, and not just talk about you as an undergrad student.
If you can ignore the craziness, reddit on law school admissions has some useful information, including links to admissions predictors which will take into account URM status, merit aid predictors, and other tips about the application process. It can be a black hole, similar to CC, where desperate applicants are reading the tea leaves about the significance in changes in their admissions portals etc. so it takes discipline to ignore the craziness.