To help support your application for Law, you might consider doing some or all of the following.
Read around the subject
Nick McBride, ‘Letters to a Law Student’
Graham Virgo and Janet O'Sullivan & Catherine Barnard, ‘What about Law?’
‘A Civil Action’ by Jonathan Harr
As well as reading the introductory text books, develop an interest in a particular aspect of Law (e.g. European Law, International Law, Criminal Law or the Law of Tort)
Develop a clear idea of what the study of Law involves.
Do you have a demonstrable interest in the subject? Do you have the intellectual curiosity and the motivation for independent study?
Read a quality newspaper each day, and the relevant Law sections
Stay up to date using some high quality websites:
The BBC Radio 4 programme Law in Action: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006tgy1
Arrange your own visit to a court of Law
The Supreme Court in London aims to educate and inspire people about the UK justice systems, as well as to adjudicate on cases. http://www.supremecourt.gov.uk/visiting/index.html
Alternatively you could visit your local Magistrates Court or Crown Court.
Start some preparation for LNAT
LNAT tests whether you can think like a lawyer, draw fine distinctions under pressure, use reasoning, and comprehend texts.
Choose your 5 universities carefully and where possible go on Open Days
The LLB (M101), is a qualifying law degree for the purposes of Bar Council and Law Society of England and Wales.