Currently in my final year of undergrad, will be graduating with the following work/ volunteer experience:
2 years experience working at a cafe
A summer working at a local NGO doing policy and social planning stuff
Mental health (4 months student counsellor, 4 months policy committee on campus)
Some English learning stuff (4-6 months at a program helping International students learn English)
4 months tutor/ mentor at community agency
Planning to take a gap year after graduating to write the LSAT and heal my soul. Want to work part time during this year but so far no luck (also haven't really had time to apply to as many jobs since I'm grinding out my final term atm). I want to get into law ASAP because it's what I'm passionate about, but also tbh given my current experiences I'm not confident that I can land a gig doing a 'proper' job. Will this hurt my chances of getting into law schools? If I do get in, will this hurt my chances of landing a summer job related to law (how will they view my lack of experience)? I'm pretty self-conscious about not having had a 'proper' job, but my major is not really a practical/trade degree. Even though this isn't an excuse, I also really don't have any 'proper job' experience, and I'm only applying to part-time jobs as I'll be studying for the LSAT in the coming year and this is my main goal.
Looking for advice on what to do, or anything really. Thanks in advance!