those are probably the best LOR's anyone in your application pool will have.
That being said, they could be from the father,son and holy ghoust, and it STILL wouldn't matter if the GPA and LSAT didn't add up.
Good job on the letters though, that's pretty badass!
Deans List last two years. My LOR were both from former profs who are attorneys, one who is a professor at the law school I'm trying to get into (I took a class of his at another local university), and the other is a juvenile court magistrate.
What do your junior and senior year grades look like? Admissions committees look for an upward trend. It will also be very important that any letters of recommendation you get (yes you will need them for applications) are from professors who are familiar with your work. If your lsat comes in below 160, take a prep course and get it above 160. Visit the law school information site. If you can get into the 160's and a couple of professor LOR's you can get into a school. Not going to be T14.