I think as another poster said, you're really going to want things like EC's to be honest. Clearly, again if this is not a flame, you're a bright person. But law schools want, imo, and only to a certain extent, well rounded people. They want to know that after you pass the bar, you can get a job because it affects their placement ratings. They want to know that you aren't just a person who can only deal with books, that you can interact with people. It sounds like the stuff you do now shows that but you'll want people to attest to that. In LSN last cycle, if it was not a flame, there was a guy who was 18, had graduated university with a 4.0 and had a 175 or 178 LSAT, but didn't get accepted anywhere he applied (all T6) because they didn't feel he was mature enough. So I would keep that in mind.