Have you considered taking the LSAT over again? I have no idea what the admissions criteria are for those schools, but would wager that they probably look for someone with a bare-minimum of 150, with anyone over a 155 probably having a great shot. Can I ask how you studied for the LSAT? Did you read through the Bibles and take 20-40 practice tests under timed conditions? If not, your score is not reflective of your ability and you should consider taking it again (maybe June or September) and applying for the Fall of 2010. Even if you got into some of those schools, which I bet you would, getting a higher LSAT will solidify your chances, open up possibilities at higher-prestige schools, and open the door to some possible scholarship money if you are on the upper-end of the incoming class.