Most of family are lawyers and know many law firms from previous jobs. Finding a job would not be a problem just have to worry about getting the degree. I agree with you guys on the re-take and I may find myself taking a year off.
I know this is late. There is some good advice on here. But, I would encourage you to not take your advice about law school admissions solely from online discussion boards and forums. I know of two people, my friends, who have been accepted to Brooklyn Law School and Rutgers State with similar LSAT scores as you, and both persons actually had lower GPAs. Your GPA is pretty solid for the lower tiered law schools, though. But you need to have a kick ass personal statement and strong recommendation letters to overcome your LSAT score. I am not saying do not listen to the postings on here, use this only as cautionary advice. In other words do not get your hopes up too high. But, check the school application deadlines and try to get strong LORS and a even stronger, unique personal statement. You may be able to get into some schools in your area. Advice:Don't put too much pressure on yourself to get into law school. Consider applying to some state accredited law schools, if you are not able to get into the schools of your choice. In your area there is Southeren New England and Massachusetts School of law. After a year, if you have a A-, B+ average you should be able to transfer successfully to one of the 40 odd something law schools that accept state accredited transfers. Anyways, I encourage you to still apply to the lower tiered law schools in your area, and maybe 1 or 2 long shots. Seton Hall has a conditional admissions program, that may be of interest to you. If that doesn't work out consider state accredited schools, Good luck!!