Loyola's deadline is Feb. 2 so i dont think they will take february LSATs, I know pepperdine will take the feb. LSAT but their deadline is either today or tommorrow.
Bobfett, in regards to USD scholarships, this is staright from thir financial aid guide
Academic scholarships- offers a variety of scholrships based on merit. Students with strong academic backgrounds are automatically considered for these awards. Scholarships range from several thousand dollars to 90% tuition. Some of these scholarships are renewable each year. Scholarships are generally extended to applicants in the upper 25% of UGPA and LSAT.
Dean's Outstanding Scholars- entering minority and nontraditional students with outstanding academic records may be considered. awards are based on merit and potential for contributions to diversity. These awards include full tuition, housing stipend, meal allowance, and course materials.
USD Law School Grants- need based partial scholarships. based on financial need, academic promise, potential for service to the community. Generally consist of one half tuition.
they also have private scholarhips.
if you don't get an entrance scholarhsip for your first year, they have scholarhsips that they give out based on 1L performance. So you could go in and kick ass and get rewarded with full tuition.
Good Luck, im still waiting to hear from USD, UCLA, USC