why harvard law?
Can I get into Harvard Law with a 3.0 GPA?
Close to zero. Your GPA is so far below the level demanded by law schools of this caliber, none of the other qualifications you mentioned will get you admission to one of them. A statistically average admitted student at Harvard Law has an undergraduate GPA of 3.86 and an LSAT score of 173.
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Is Harvard Law Hard?
Getting admitted to Harvard law school is definitely an uphill struggle, given the fact that Harvard had a 12.9% acceptance rate in 2018/2019. It had a median LSAT score of 173. Additionally, the median GPA score of a student enrolled at Harvard is 3.9.
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What is so special about Harvard Law School?
Not only is it the oldest law school in the nation (continually running), the school itself ( Harvard writ large), has the largest endowment of any university in the country. Additionally, more Harvard graduates have served Supreme Court clerkships than from any other institution.
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