I am a current History major (no real interest or talent for being a Historian, just want to get my degree and get out of my university) who has plans for law school. I am really unhappy with my current undergraduate school (my parents basically veto'd every other option) and only went there because it offered the lowest cost. I'm a poor fit for it but I don't really have any other options. I took tons of AP History classes in high school and as a result, I can graduate in 3 years easily.
My current university, Purdue-West Lafayette, does not have a law school, , so advising on it is relatively shallow. I was told that graduating in 3 years and going to law school is a possibility, but it was hard to do. Unfortunately, my adviser did not have the specifics on hand.
As such, I was wondering what difficulties could arise with me graduating in 3 years. So far, I could see that I wouldn't have much time for internships or anything and probably wouldn't be able to get any leadership positions. Aside from that, what other options are there?