I'm a 2010 law school grad and currently a lawyer. I would advise you major in something more useful like business/Economics or science or engineering. This will give you an edge on the job market after law school ... The job market for lawyers is currently dismal. I'm a very optimistic person, and even I can admit that. It doesn't look like its getting better, so you shouldn't count on that (but it would be awesome if things improved!) Also, if you have an engineering or hard science background, you can do patent law / ip which is in higher demand.
I'd recommend minoring in English or philosophy (or just taking courses) to get the edge for writing / reading and the LSAT. Also, a foreign language, especially Chinese could be helpful.
Oh and also... Make sure it's your dream to be a lawyer and not a law student. While I enjoyed law school, 3 years is fleeting, and then you have to be a lawyer ... Which is often really different than what ppl think it is. Also, do research on the law school scam and the state of the legal economy so you know what you're getting into. And know that document review jobs are what new lawyers today are fighting for in ost places, as sad as that may seem.
I pretty much agree with almost all of it since it's good realistic advice that matches up with the current state of affairs.
The part I must caution about is choosing a hard science major such as engineering, chemistry, biology bio-tech, etc. if one is not really interested in the field and willing to put in a lot of hard work in the associated classes.
The classes are tough and very demanding. They will rip apart your GPA and sink your brain as fast as Seal Team Six pulled Osama Bin Ladens brain out the back of his head and sank him in the ocean if you are not interested in the classes and consequently don't do the homework because you hate the classes/subjects and homework load involved.
If you are into hard sciences/engineering/bio-tech/etc., it is a great way to set a path to become a patent lawyer or a lawyer that deals with patent and science issues related litigation. There is still a steady demand for lawyers of that type that are armed with specialized knowledge.
Also, don't do a drama major or some other similar --free/easy A's for everyone-- not very academic/very little reading involved major of the type that are meant for people who want to be actors/artists/musicians/famous entertainers/etc. Law school admission committees at good schools will likely just laugh a bit when they read the application and then put it in the denied stack unless you have a top notch LSAT score, GPA and compelling soft factors that show you can and will be a book worm that is cool with spending a lot of time reading and writing.