Thinking about law school but with a less than stellar GPA?

<p>As it stands, my GPA is a 3.67. I started out as a chemistry major than switched to microbiology and now I'm environmental studies but still take environmental science courses (what I wanted to be when I started out but my family wanted me to be pre-med). But now as environmental sciences, I would like to either be an environmental consultant or an environmental lawyer. I also have to W's on my transcript. My adviser at a CC told me to take Anat and Phys as a web class (BAD IDEA) and I withdrew to salvage my GPA and I also just dropped my Gen Chem II lab as I realized that I no longer needed it or could take it elsewhere.</p>

<p>Anyways, will law schools look down on my application if I have a weaker GPA from taking science classes? If I stay on this course of being pre-law, I don't plan on applying to Harvard or anything, but still...</p>


<p>It all depends on your LSAT now. That isn't a bad GPA at all, so if you do well enough on your LSAT you definitely have a shot at some of the T14 schools.</p>

<p>All depends on your LSAT.</p>

<p>Just wait until floridadad55 comments in this thread. Ha, ha.....</p>

<p>There is a vast oversupply of lawyers.</p>

<p>I think you are better off getting a job in the sciences.</p>

<p>If you REALLY want to be a lawyer, than do it, but don't expect it to be any sort of gravy train.</p>

<p>For 90% of the lawyers, it is not.</p>

<p>^ Told you. :-/</p>

<p>That's a pretty good GPA, so I'll join the chorus-if you keep that GPA, it will all depend on your LSAT.</p>

<p>Do you have any specific law schools in mind?</p>