I’m actually not sure how helpful it would be. My LSAT and GPA were fine in a general sense, and didn’t suggest that I couldn’t… do the work in law school. But they were no where near the highest percentiles of the schools I applied to. I mean that quite literally. But I’m obviously not saying that high grades/scores are unnecessary. They’re probably the most important factor imo. I’m just saying that they’re not the only factor, and they’re certainly evaluated in context—your life experiences, the rigor of your undergrad, the rigor of your major, your internship/work experiences, etc. Just be sure to give them that context; think of your application as a package and show how all the pieces inside fit together. For anything that seems out of place, write a brief addendum (which I did) and don’t make them assume anything (HLS admissions officers literally said this).
Also, for what it’s worth, HLS specifically can afford to be more flexible than some other schools with numbers without changing their overall profile, simply because of the school’s sheer size. This is also something I remember hearing from the HLS admissions officers themselves when I was applying (take notes at these admissions events y’all, some of those nuggets can be helpful lol).