I think that working in that sector is going to reflect really well and balance-out your grades on your application, so I'd say you have a chance. You also get the opportunity to explain any low grade trends on your application, so if anything got in the way of you getting grades you get to explain that.
Additionally, a really high LSAT score balances out grades quite well. So, I'd say study hard for the LSAT and plan/schedule enough time to write the LSAT twice before you apply to law school.
Best of luck, I'm sure you'll get in if you study hard!