Kitty, someone I know got a 141 LSAT (just a really bad test-taker, too) and had a GPA of around 2.8 (college athlete who didn't really care at the time.) He had to go through a summer program at Widener (Harrisburg) before being admitted, but successfully completed it and was accepted. He's now a consulting attorney for the State Dept. in DC, and loves it. These situations are definitely what you make of them. Long story short, I think Widener is realistic for you. (And Widener is T4, but it's only at the bottom of T4 because they list T3's and T4's alphabetically.)
legalkitty,I got a 141 on the LSAT my first time, and I retook it 2 years later and got a 142. And that's after I enrolled with Princeton Review. In my practice exams I got around low 150s. Standardize tests are not for everybody. It is a necessary evil for those who want to go to higher education. Best of luck in whatever school you choose to go to.