It seems that most people applying to Law School do so in the Fall of their undergraduate Senior year.
From this it follows that grades through only Junior year are available. Is it a case similar to that of applying to undergraduate college from high school, that the basic decisions are made on the grades through junior year? So it would seem...but I don't want to take anything for granted.
If so, then what sort of latitude does a student have in terms of Senior grades. E.g., if one applies with, say, a 3.9 through junior year, do the law schools expect that 3.9 to be maintained through graduation?