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Seems like you're a lock at Harvard and have as good of odds as anyone at Stanford and Yale. Just be sure to make sure you don't have anything glaring mistakes in your materials and have good LoRs. I would think Yale particularly would appreciate an LoR from folks you worked with at Oxford, but this is coming from absolutely no direct knowledge.
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Just make sure your application doesn't have major flaws: pick recommenders who know you (as opposed to famous recommenders that can only speak in vague generalities), do your best to make sure there are no typos, and write a personal statement that is genuine. Also apply to more schools than HYS. You have a good chance at a full ride at Chi which is probably the best law school admissions outcome.