I second the notion that you should re-take the test. With that type of GPA and degree from Michigan, you are obviously smart. How much did you study for the test? I'd suggest taking a class or doing a lot of self study.
I say this too because it's very possible, in my view, to raise your score. My score went up 9 points from my first test to my second. The schools where I would have been a marginal candidate, at best, were willing to extend scholarship money. I'd say that with your current score, any of the schools you mention would be a long shot -- but if you got up your LSAT score, it would make a huge difference.
It might not be fair, but the LSAT matters A LOT when it comes to law school applications. I am convinced that it matters way more than your gpa, your undergrad degree, and your undergrad institution. The LSAT of course is a huge pain and for somebody like yourself who worked hard in a difficult degree program at a top institution, it might be hard to believe that a single test taken on a Saturday morning matters more than all of your other work. It's frustrating. BUT, the good thing is that with proper preparation, the LSAT can usually be defeated or at least neutralized.