Freshman, as in you haven't finished a year of college yet?
The most important thing is to enjoy college. But, regarding law school, the only important thing you can do now is maintain a high GPA (3.6+, even higher for Harvard/Stanford).
Other then that:
Honey, its very cute how you want to be all on top of you sh*t, but come back in 2-3 years.
Yeah, foregoing the temptation to insult you, I must say I wish I had of known just how important numbers were. I had a good GPA (3.74) but I could have easily raised that by just being less careless. My GPA was good because I hated handing in substandard work. I didn't always worry about perfect attendance and didn't avoid classes with notoriously stingy professors and the like.
If you want to go to law school do a softish major and take easy classes within it, and just don't slip up. There is no reason you can't get above a 3.9 easily at Fordham doing this. It may hurt your education massaging your GPA like this, but you can read on your own time if you want to learn anything.
Also, be less gay.