I haven't taken the LSATs and I'm about to finish my undergrad in a few months with an overall GPA of about a 3.2 (last 60 credits average GPA was a 3.68, however). I'm expecting an LSAT in the mid-160s, but let's not count eggs before they've hatched.
That being said, I don't plan on going into law to become a lawyer. My main goal, if I attended in Fall 2015, would be to go into the corporate world and use my J.D. as a basis for that career, eventually moving into entrepreneurial ventures. Also on my radar is going into political work like lobbying and, once again, being an entrepreneur eventually.
I'm fortunate enough to not have to worry about paying for law school so financing law school wouldn't be a problem. My main concern is the warning I get from current J.D. students that people will think there's "something wrong with you" because I chose not to practice law or that I'm "too flaky" to be a lawyer, thus resulting in less job opportunities. Granted, these concerns wouldn't be much of an issue if I was self-employed, so mostly I'm wondering if getting this law degree would be too much wasted time and if it wouldn't end up benefiting me in the long-run. I personally couldn't imagine a law degree not coming in handy for either political or corporate jobs, but what do I know--I'm an undergrad.
Any kind of information on people who have taken this path or any of your opinions on it would be beneficial.