Without knowing her grades or GPA there really is no way to answer this. Law school is a different beast than grad school- don't compare the two. For some reason both law and med schools make grading, work load and classes much harder and stressful than other graduate programs. Only a top percentage get above a 3.0 versus grad school where 3.0 is the minimum- non law people do not often understand that.
If below a 2.0, then normally the student goes on academic probation. There is an evaluation and committee review. Probably, if she can't get her GPA up over the summer she will either be disqualified or put on probation (depending what her GPA is).
How can you be so heartless and selfish. You really can't bring your self to feel for her, exhibit some level of sympathy even if she interrupts your sleep every now and again? I mean damn man, you ain't got no love. Do you?
What's going on in her head is likely something along the lines- "My dreams are dying, I'm such a loser. What is wrong with me? I hate myself. If I fail, my life is over. Everyone will hate me. WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME!!!!!!!". If I were you I would be more worried about her trying to kill herself should she get kicked out- the blood will stain your ceiling and floor. Unless of course YOU get lucky and she kills herself with poison.
I looked it up for you. Page 92. It is, of course, intentionally vague so the committee has more case control. http://law.ggu.edu/media/law/documents/2011-2012%20Student%20Handbook.pdf