You have a good chance of getting into Hofstra and NY law. However, the other ones will be a reach. If you feel like you want to take the LSAT over and can do better then by all means take it again. Don't let anyone discourage you, and go off of your own instincts.
The Feb. LSATs are not released. As for which LSAT to take, you should concentrate on studying. I believe that all of the LSATs are relatively the same; some have harder games, some have harder logic etc.
I figured if I do a lot of internships/externships this would up my chances for a better job/salary. Also, $40-50 is want I can make from undergrad; it sounds like a really low number for a lawyer, even if its not from such a great school.
I really want to do IP law, divorce, real estate or entertainment.
If the Widener school is the one that's in DE, then I would def recommend going to Seton Hall. According to US News, Seton Hall ranks 70 and so no matter where you want to practice law a school thats in good standing will def help you.