As someone who also is considering law school, I would start with using the resources around you to see what you are interested in doing after law school and what it takes to get in to law school. I had minors in public policy & international affairs and history and had access to a lot of lawyers or people in related fields through those programs. I set up meetings with people I felt I had a strong enough rapport with to talk about their journeys and see what their recommendations were for a student like me. Through them, I was connected with law students with similar backgrounds and I called each of them to ask the same things. The best advice I can give is to ask as many people as you can as many questions as you can about their experiences. Through these conversations I learned how to prepare for each part of law school applications, the skills that I would need to highlight, the types of law I could study, and heard first hand accounts of what being a lawyer is actually like. To me, listening and learning is the most logical first step in the journey to becoming an attorney.