Top 14 will be a significant stretch, and you should make sure that you apply to plenty of other schools. But, I would still suggest picking one or two T14 schools that you're really excited about and giving it a shot. Definitely submit an addendum to your application that explains your transcript. Yes, schools look at the GPA, but they'll also take into account the rest of the story and the fact that your recent grades are very good. And, you'll be an applicant with an unusual path to law school that you can talk about in a diversity statement or in your personal statement. Law schools like to make sure they don't have a class full of people who have done nothing but go to school. The other big thing you can do to boost your chances is to study really hard for the LSAT. It's sad, but even a change of a few points can make a big difference. If you can break 170, you'll have much better odds (though, of course, it will still be difficult).