I'm a former investigator for the FL Board of Bar Examiners and the first step is full disclosure on your law school applications. Also, I'd recommend that you do a lot of volunteer work. This will help prove rehab when you apply for bar admittance. As an investigator I had cases of applicants who committed felonies and got admission to law school and the Bar. Yes, the conduct is taken into consideration, but so are other factors such as: age at the time of the offense, any patterns of behavior, evidence of rehab, and the overall character and fitness of the person. Good luck!