Low GPA and a decent LSAT. Chances of getting into a good Law School?
I'm considering going to law school. I've been doing some research over the past month and did a couple of LSAT diagnostic exams - my 1st, 2nd, and 3rd scores were 164, 174, and 173. I plan to keep studying for the LSAT and my goal is to get 170+ on the actual test. The problem is I have a pretty low cumulative gpa - 3.2 as of now and depending on how I do this last semester (an easy semester) I could get it up to ~3.25. I switched my major from engineering to history during my junior year and and ended up minoring in physics since I already had a bunch of credits under my belt. That being said, my current MAJOR gpa is 3.7 - considerably higher than my total gpa - and the school I got to is ranked 38 nationally (US News). Given my total gpa, Major gpa, and hypothetical LSAT score, what are the chances of me getting into a T14 law school? Also, how much of a difference would it make if I took up an internship/work experience before applying to grad school?