I was accepted and I am currently in my third year of undergraduate. I decided that I wanted to finish a degree, so I switched from an Honours only program to a General B. A. that can normally be completed in three years. I have some courses to finish over the summer, but I will be starting Law school in September and graduating from my current degree program in November.
Universities want to graduate people that will go on to things such as law school. I suggest reaching out to an academic advisor to see if any three year degree options or summer courses are available to you to help you finish up a degree, if that is important to you.
I have spoken with various people who said undergrad is not a major factor in hiring after law school. I think the difference between a general B.A. and an honours B.A. after finishing a law degree is quite small.
I decided that I was ready for the more challenging academic pursuit of attending law school. After weighing the opportunity costs of pursuing an extra year of university versus working as a lawyer a year earlier and making a salary, the choice was quite clear for me personally.