just a word of caution - it's not just about the numbers. People with a 3.6+ from a tier 2 college (or very low tier 1) have a significantly smaller chance of getting into a school like Columbia or Chicago. This is because the top schools take very few people from these tier 2 schools in general, and the students with a 3.6 don't stand a chance. However at the top undergrads, like the Ivies, the top law schools cast their nets much wider when it comes to gpa/lsat. Thus the poster, who has a 3.65 and has graduated from an Ivy, is in very good shape.
Also, the admissions person at the Georgetown law info session I attended recently said that they factor in whether your school has grade inflation. Is there any way to figure that out?
You have a great shot at Columbia/NYU and a small chance of getting into HLS (but you should definitely throw in an app)Good luck!