It really depends on where you want to go. As far as I'm aware Yale, Harvard and Stanford don't offer scholarships to anyone (other than need-based and those tend to be small and stringent). Its really hard to guess what schools will make of you given the low gpa, but impressive masters and unknown lsat. The LSAT is always the most critical factor and you'd need and actual score before you could do any meaningful guessing. I'm told URM status helps quite a lot with scholarships as well. As a non-urm with pretty good numbers I had a nearly-full ride to UVA. Although I didn't apply to them and wasn't interested in attending, I got many letters suggesting I apply for various scholarships from NYU, Columbia and Duke IIRC (doesn't mean I'd have gotten them of course). I'd echo Hamilton, the ROI for law school likely won't be great for you given your potential in other fields, opportunity cost and the current legal market. You could probably go consult for one of many organizations and make nearly as much as a biglaw associate working half the hours (check out miter, cna, ida, rand, etc for cushy ffrdc jobs - the doe and national labs may also be worth looking into as well as nuc contractors, particularly those that are good in the cleanup game).