As you accurately state, law school admissions is much easier to predict given your LSAT/GPA combination. Right now, your LSAT scores is on the low side of many of the schools you are targeting. So, just to repeat your intentions, repeat the test and make sure that you score in the appropriate range. The one good thing about law school is that it is getting easier and easier to get into each year, so stay on top of trends and information as your status may actually be better than it was in prior years.
As for b-school admissions, it is much more difficult to predict and a lot more depends upon the quality of your application -- including essays, recommendations, interview, etc. This part of the process is also much more time consuming and challenging that filing the simple personal statement for law school - and given the amount of work may limit the number of schools you might apply to. Based on what you present here, you would be a strong candidate at almost every school you mention. Admissions to HBS and Stanford are always unpredictable and I really do not see the levels of leadership that HBS is seeking or the level of innovation that Stanford is seeking. However, for all the other schools you have listed here, you will be a very competitive candidate.
I agree that you are a R1 quality candidate for b-schools. Again, this is a lot of work so try to pace yourself to get as many in by the early October deadline. Remember that it is just not work for you, but also for all your recommenders as you are applying to a large number of programs.
With strong applications to all of these schools, you will be competitive at most of these programs. I know that you point out the integrated Penn and Northwestern programs, but Columbia also integrated its JD/MBA program a few years ago too so take a closer look at this.
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