I’m somewhat in the same boat as you! When converted, my OLSAS GPA was around 3.3 and not a competitive LSAT score at all. I also agree that this is not a hopeless case either. Trust me when I say this, and many may disagree with me (but who cares lol), you CAN improve your score on the LSAT if you actually focus and put hard work in it. Also, your LSAT score in NO way, shape or form determines how well you perform as a lawyer. I come from a family of lawyers (mom, dad, brother, sister in law) so believe me, it’s not all about your LSAT score but what you learn in law school and how you apply it after. My brother bombed the LSATs but almost 7-8 years into practice now as a corporate lawyer, his score has no affect on his capabilities as an attorney.
If a law degree is what you REALLY want to pursue, then by all means do whatever it takes to achieve it. Try upgrading your grades, take LSAT classes, (I’ve heard Harvard Ready is the best) do tons and tons of practice tests and apply in the next cycle again.
Good luck!!! I wish you all the best.