I would actually agree with you. I'm not expecting anyone to think, "Wow, look at that 3.6 those last four terms. What a pre-law rock star!"
But hopefully they'll cut me even a slight bit of slack.
I think the two-year gap may actually work in your favor...and Catarookey does have a point that they will take this into account, but I have trouble believing any adcomm would just take the later GPA. In any event, they will note the improvement, but how much weight they will give it is anyone's guess and will vary from school to school.
But, if you get that lsat score in the upper 160s you'll be set -- and this will be a moot discussion!