And on your second question, which I assume to be about Letters of Recommendation, yes you can reuse a LOR for multiple schools. Your next step (and soon, if you're sure you want to go to law school in Fall 09), if you haven't already, is to register for an account at http://www.lsac.org
, including getting an LSDAS account. The LSAC site has a good explanation & tutorial on LORs, including sending "general" letters, or "targeted' letters, if you choose, to specific schools.
Send in your transcripts, and take the June LSAT if you can. If you can't, or don't feel prepared, take the October or December test. Some will tell you to get your apps in earlier - including your LSAT score - because you have a "better" chance at getting in, due to the "rolling admissions" processes most schools follow. But this is really only true if your numbers or pretty close to the medians. Your GPA is a little below, and your LSAT is really
low for UGA. I asked the last Director of Admissions about my way low GPA and 1-point below median LSAT at the LSAC Forum, saying, "Yeah, but if your median is 163, then you let half
your class in with less than that, right?" His response was, "Yeah, but they had high GPAs."
Moral of that story: If your LSAT isn't pretty close (or above) the median, you personally are not likely to benefit much from rolling admissions by getting your application w/ score in early. You will benefit much more by getting a higher, more competitive score in and your file complete later in the process.