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This looks reasonable ... you may also consider Tenn. It's always hard to predict in this situation as your WE and the fact that you are 6-years removed from college is not clearly reflected in the underlying data. Your addendum will be key! With the right WE, I think that you have a good shot.
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Indiana-Bloomington. They have a reputation for taking 164+ regardless of GPA and it's a T25 school. If you are looking at the South, UGA has been kind to 164's this year as well (though I don't know if they'll go quite as low as your 2.3). Where do you currently live and what region of the country do you want to work in?
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You should re-do the LSAT. You've been out of school for 6 years. Wait 1 more year. Re-take and aim for a 170+. You will have distanced yourself from your GPA substantially and you can point out to your work experience + amazing LSAT and maybe get into a T-30.
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