Your internship/work experience is certainly impressive. However, keep in mind the admit officers are numbers driven.
I had someone at the Univ of SC law school explain that work experience, when in the form of internships and the like, is usually much less important than the applicant thinks.
I worked for the US Attorney for a year, was a part-time staffer in Strom Thourmond's DC office for a year, and currently work for a very senior, committee chariman, SC state senator. I worked as a short-order cook nights and weekends while carrying a full load.
All this experience, according to the officer, might help if I hit the borderline. That's it. Unless you do sometihng REALLY significant, i.e. have a few years of executive experience, or won an olympic medal, internships are secondary stuff. No matter what you do, the two things they look at are GPA and LSAT
My college work expereince means squat in the face of a <25th perc. LSAT and barely 25th GPA. As such, I'm gonna be sweating an admit to USC, despite a great deal of relatively prestigious exposure to South Carolina law and government. I applied in September and I was told I wont get a decision until the last week of april.
Again, consider a retake of the LSAT, and certainly express interest --letter or phone call--in the conditional progs at those schools.
I know how you feel about Cooley. It was my only invite last year, so I retook the LSAT and hopefully will get a better offer this year.