I had a meeting with the Associate Dean for Interdisciplinary Programs.
Are you set on an accelerated program? I think you can get into Cooley with those numbers, but like a PP said, you should do a cost/benefit analysis. Cooley applicants chart - http://cooley.lawschoolnumbers.com/statsCooley employment statistics - http://www.lawschooltransparency.com/clearinghouse/?school=cooleyI would suggest taking the LSAT again if possible.
The only information she had suggested to me in regards to the LSAT, is that a 155 LSAT Score would make it so I would not need to take a GMAT. This was for the prospect of doing the dual JD/MBA program through SCALE.