I did not see the Ivy League thing in the OP's statement. 3.2 is not to hot for an Ivy League school. 3.2 works fine for tier 2,3,4. Columbia not so much.
Hate to write it, but absent some extraordinary unmentioned favorables, BikePilot is quite correct. And, while in public we don't like to be harsh, amongst admissions folks, see prior sentence. (This is true even below the top schools.)
Also correct is the advice to retake the LSAT. If law school is important, spend six months to study like, well, a law student, and see what you can do. If your LSAT rises significantly, many committees are willing to give the benefit of the doubt, with a flawless application and strong softs.