Agree with the above. Law school is very expensive, and a law degree is only good for if you want to be a lawyer. Law school is also three years of your life that you could spend working in a job and earning money. So make sure first that you want to go! See if you can find a lawyer to talk to so you can get an idea what lawyers do. Many lawyers ends up with hundreds of thousands of dollars in loans, so make sure it's worth it.
Assuming that you decide that you want to go, don't forget that once you graduate you will need a job so that you can pay off your loans and also pay for rent, food, etc. So a good type of lawyer is one that can find a job! Career services can help, and you can look at what the job market is like where you live, or where you want to live. For example, in Washington, D.C. there is always a need for lawyers that can work in government contracts. Immigration law is popular in cities with a lot of immigration issues (San Diego, Washington DC, etc.). I knew some people from law school that wanted to work in an area of law like environmental law that can be hard to find job in, and some of them still don't have jobs. You can try taking classes and finding an internship in those areas of law that are popular and where you can find a job, to help you pick if that is a good fit for you.