Appreciate the links. Going to be moving on.
I believe the general consensus is to retake the Lsat. In addition, work experience will boost my application.
These T14 schools that everyone is advocating isn't the only way to get a decent job. Law firm's are similar to tutoring company's. Reputation based. If you can satisfy your client's, you will receive business. I've had experience with that and would love to replicate those skills in practicing Law.
In terms of applying, which schools do you recommend(given my situation)?
Until you retake and get a better LSAT score, the only school recommendation is no school at all. Seriously. No school that will accept you right now is even worth going to for free.
You will not satisfy any clients ever unless 1) you can get a job in the first place, which would be exceedingly difficult from any school that will accept people with your numbers, and 2) you learn how to use apostrophes. What client will want documents that have typos in every sentence?