On top of getting a high LSAT score, it really depends on what school you apply to.
Sorry to break it to you, but Harvard Law is out of the question. But in all seriousness, with that GPA you will have struggle, but law school is still possible.
I live in California and we have plenty of schools that are ABA accredited, which means you'll be able to take the Bar Exam anywhere in the country after you graduate But if you wish to stay in that specific state which you reside, for me, I live in California, you can apply to schools that are CBA accredited. OF course, these schools will be less known and you may or may not have a more difficult time getting a job coming from a CBA accredited school, it will none the less get you that degree. Pros of attending CBA school, cheaper tuition and easier to get in to. Much easier to get in to. However cons, you're less likely to be able to work for a big firm.
Note: This is not from personal experience, this is from research I did when I wanted to become a lawyer as a philosophy major.