So here is the question: What do I need to do in order to get into West Virginia Law?
No one on this board (or any other board) can definitively answer that question. However, here's something to consider: according to WVU, their median GPA/LSAT is 3.36/154.
Although law schools love to fill the pages of their promotional materials with stuff about "looking at the whole applicant", the vast majority of law school admission decisions will be based almost exclusively on numeric qualifications.
Soft factors such as holding a graduate degree or volunteering at a soup kitchen are fine, but won't really make too much difference. If it's a choice between the applicant with multiple soft factors and a low GPA/LSAT versus the applicant with ZERO soft factors and high GPA/LSAT . . . , well you get the picture.
So what does that mean for you?
It means that for the purposes of law school admission your GPA is very low. Thus, the best way to mitigate that low GPA is with a very high LSAT score. Simply meeting the average 154ish range is probably not enough.
Take a look at the admission grids in The Official Guide to U.S. Law Schools. They are very helpful, and will give you a good idea as to your chances. It looks like only a couple of people were admitted to WVU with GPAs in the 2.0-2.24 range, and they had LSATs in the 160+ range.
My advice would be:
1) crack down on the LSAT prep. Take a course if possible, and truly dedicate yourself to getting the highest score possible.
2) Broaden your horizons. You may not get into WVU. Would you be willing to attend another school?
3) Don't take this as snarky criticism (I'm not one of these posters who gets a kick out of trashing people's dreams) but you should think about whether or not law school is the right choice.
The reason that law schools want solid GPAs is because law school is VERY
challenging. Seriously, it makes undergrad look like kindergarten and you will be expected to compete with lots of very smart, motivated students.
If you had a tough time achieving a passing GPA in undergrad, law school may not be the best option. Success in law school will require a major
change in your motivation, study habits, and personal discipline. Unless you get that straightened out law school will be a waste of time and money.