Check out lawschoolnumbers.com there really is no better site to find out what your likely chances of admission are. I would say with those numbers you would get a pretty substantial scholarship in the neighborhood of 16,000-25,000 a year from tier 4 schools. However, you will have to maintain a certain GPA at those schools and maintaing a 3.0 in law school is nothing like it is in undergrad. You may have a shot at some lower tier 2's, but if I was you I would take scholarship money unless there is a location you really want to live in. You may also look at state schools that have CHEAP tuition I know Florida State or FIU are great opitions if you happen to live in Florida. Sadly working 40 hours a week and LOR's mean very little. Schools care about impressing the rankings, which when you get to law school you will realize have no merit unless you go to an ELITE school. There are roughly 25 Excellent schools you can pay 80k a year more to go to the 82nd best school or pay half the cost to attend the 115th. Remember the rankings move every year, because they quite literally are based on nothing. Bar passage makes up 2% of a school's ranking. 60% of the ranking is based on judges from across the country marking a scantron of Excellent, Very Good, Good, or Marginal. Remember Judges are people and I imagine a judge in Nebraska has never dealt with someone from FIU, but what box they check with almost no knowledge seems to have an effect on U.S. News, which is a private and unregulated opinion magazine. 20% of the ranking is based on employment, but working at McDonald's counts as employment for U.S. News high standards.
Lawschooltransparency.com is a much better site to use to get some kind of idea of what graduates career prospects are. It lists salaries for graduates and goes much more in depth and I would recommend checking it out for schools you are considering. Well good luck to you.