My current gpa is 3.7. I did have a 4.0 until I got slammed with a B- on a class that everyone else failed and several students are appealing the grade administratively.
My firm really is great, but like most law firms who designate senior partners, partners, and associates, there is a todem pole and it is strictly enforced. Sort of scares me.
The best thing you can do is work on keeping that GPA as high as possible, maybe join a few groups for EC
I am really into debate and moot court (if that is even an option during undergrad) apparently, there are no groups at my school. My pre-law advisor suggested I head one up, but with work and school and other things (I am on the board of directors for my local chapter of the sports car club of america and on a animal adoption rescue agency). BTW, does volunteer stuff help me at all on an app? Its not like a women's shelter or anything but . . . its something.