Their 75th percentile numbers are 3.92, 176. Kids above those are relatively safe, assuming you don't blow the application process itself by applying late, messing up the phone interview, or writing bad essays. Obviously most Harvard Law students (75% of them, in fact) are below that. Higher LSATs and GPAs within that pool are at an advantage, but a relatively fragile one. Personal statements have to be strong, letters of recommendation need to be well-written, extracurriculars should be solid, etc.