As long as you stay above a 3.0 you should be fine. From what I've heard some companies have a minimum GPA requirement of 3.0, but after that they could care less if you have a 3.2 or a 3.8, as long as you make a good impression etc. Law schools will probably look a lot at how you performed at your job after college (I think these days you can no longer go straight from undergrad to law school).
Jobs don't look at your grades only your deploma. Law school and graduate school it really depends where, your major is very competative so it might be a little hard, you still have time to raise it i would say to a 3.5 which is a good G.P.A and 3.2 isn't all that bad... its a B+ average. Remember in college 3.0 is a B 2.7 B- 3.2 b+ 3.5 A-
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