GETTING GOOD GRADES - You'll want to go to a good college or university to enhance your chances of being admitted to a good law school.
READING AND WRITING SKILLS - Since these are essential for law school and a legal career. Unlike medical school, there are no specific undergraduate requirements for law school, but classes involving lots of reading, writing, and analytical thinking will be crucial in helping you develop the intellectual tools you'll need as a lawyer.
EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES - Although your high school extracurriculars won’t have much bearing on your odds of getting into law school, activities like debate, student government, may help you explore your interest in law and develop your public speaking skills.
COMMUNITY SERVICE - Whether in a legal services organization or elsewhere in your local community, interning at a law office or in local government over the summer. Or, you might join the school newspaper to hone your writing abilities.
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The first thing on your to do list should be to complete a degree. It can be in anything but the most popular degrees for law is Business (helps with corporate law), Law, Political Science or English. But also consider doing a BA/BS/ BAS in a subject where you excel.
The next thing to do is to take the LSAT. This is required. There is help out there that is available that you can research depending on the best way to learn for you.
Try looking for internships and volunteering at law firms or in house.
After that you need to apply for Law Schools albeit it in your area or out of you area. It all depends on financial aid, commuting and your preference.
When you get into to law school it takes a lot of gumption and hard work so try to prepare yourself.