I think you may have a decent shot at Boalt. Your GPA is only .01 under their 25-75%, and your LSAT is 2 points over their median. That is about as good as it can get for a splitter.
The problem with Boalt is that 1) they're idiosyncratic with their admissions, and actually pretty hard to get into on a % basis. They're also very GPA focused, as noted, so if you don't have a 3.8, it's usually tough going, regardless of LSAT.
He should still apply, of course, but I think he'd actually have better odds at CCN, not to mention the other 14 schools.
They are very GPA based? So they don't accept people inside of their 25-75%? That does not make sense. The OP is .01 off of the 25-75%.
Anyway, the statement that Berkeley is GPA based is incorrect. Here is the Berkeley admissions index:
xLSAT - 0.871
xGPA - 23.487
Constant - 8.474
Total - 259.202
GPA% - 37.47%
The GPA% is 37.47, and even with the constant removed the GPA% is still less than 50%.