I obtained Bachelor of Enviromental Engineering in China with 3.7 GPA. Then went straight to Cornell for MPA concentrated in environmental policy, and graduated with 3.3 GPA. I'm working in a top consulting firm as an analyst in China now. I'll have about 2 years' working experience before application. I want to apply for law school this fall. What are my chances of getting in T14 and how about the chances of getting scholarships?
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Your undergraduate GPA has to be evaluated by LSAC first. It won't contribute to the school's entering profile but it would help you a lot if you get a superior evaluation. However, we can't know whether you are going to get a superior just by a 3.7 GPA. I don't know anything about graduate school experience since I'm only a KJD.