Your GPA is an important factor to being competitive with other law school applicants. The GPA offers admissions committees another numerical basis for comparing applicants. Please note that your GPA is an important factor, but it certainly isn't the only factor considered. It will be in your best interest to choose a manageable, yet challenging course load. Talk to your Advisement dean about choosing a major that best suits your interest because it will probably have a positive impact on your GPA.