All right, so here's my situation. I'm applying to law school straight out of undergrad (will be a senior next year). I currently have two academic recs that I am quite certain are strong (I have a good relationship with both instructors). For my third recommendation, which LSAC has already processed, I chose my supervising attorney in a legal internship I did last semester. I happen to know that he wrote me a very good recommendation (he told me what he wrote after he sent it in). In my legal internship, I wrote parts of briefs, did legal research, and generally did things that law students generally do (all of which was noted in the recommendation). So, I was wondering, generally the rule for undergraduate students is that academic recs are preferred. I already have two academic recs and the one I mentioned. I could probably get a third, mediocre academic rec to replace the very good, non-academic rec that I already have but I'm not sure that's a good idea. What do you guys think? If you send out three recommendations, is it better to have two good academic recommendations and one good non-academic recommendation or three academic recommendations, with one of them just ok?