Not at all a bad choice.
Just speaking from my own experience, keep your grades pristine. For the best law school opportunities, you will want to be
as close to an "A" student as possible.
If you are interested in law school, I urge you to look up the following book on Amazon and buy it:Law School: Getting In, Getting Good, Getting the Gold
by Thane Messinger. Thane is a practicing attorney who posts often here.
His book will give you a bunch of information about law school, and making the legal career choice in general. Keep participating
here and read through the threads. You will learn quite a bit.
The most important thing to glean is to make VERY sure that the law really is your calling. It is a very costly, difficult and professionally risky choice. BUT---if it is for you, there are many folks who will cheer you on.
Check out the following site:http://officialguide.lsac.org/release/OfficialGuide_Default.aspx
LSAC are the folks who manage the LSAT, and act as a "middle man" in the law school admissions process.
ALSO..On the front page of the LSAC site is a calculator in which you can plug in your undergrad GPA and LSAT score. The program will then tell you your "approximate" chances for admission to most of the ABA law schools. Check it out.
It'll be a good reminder to crank that GPA.
Best wishes in your quest!