Your work experience sounds exceptional. The length and rigor of it should impress T14 AdComms, and I normally don't say this to applicants. (I am a OL but have close friends whose grad degrees and solid but unexceptional work histories did not
give them much of a boost at schools in which their numbers fell well below the median).
We have a frequent poster to LSD who had similarly impressive (but entirely different from yours) work/life credentials but had shaky numbers (I believe both LSAT and GPA) , and he made it into a Top 5 school (Admittedly, I don't know all the factors in his case, but it does let you know that non-legacy exceptions can be made). Given a score in the low 160s, the combination of your work/personal background, the fact that Natives are by far the most underrepresented minorities at law schools (except perhaps in Oklahoma
), and the fact that, as bamf points out, you are so far removed from your GPA, I would apply to all of the T14 if I were you and a few schools in the 30-20 range.
Personally, if I were an AdComm, I would consider it a boon to have in class someone with extensive first-hand professional experience of NAGPRA, land claims, and other legal issues, regardless of whether or not you express an interest in Indian law (although I would warn that you may be called on/deferred to ad nauseum
as the Indian law expert, even if your interests lie in tax law!)