Quite an ignorant statement from someone who is usually so level headed and eloquent.I was there last week, too, and I can confirm EE's sentiments, and not the OP's here.
If you really want to take the best path to law school, choose the easiest major possible, party throughout undergrad, and bank on doing exceedingly well on the LSAT.
Of course, if you don't want to bank on that, the best bet is to major in something besides a liberal art (so essentially, not a BS major) like engineering or meteorology. Law schools look more favorably at individuals who had difficult and/or intense majors. There is no major that prepares you 'better' for law school than any other, but only ones that prepare you for a certain workload and develop your critical thinking skills better.
For what it's worth, the former plan is much better, and more fun than the latter plan.