Grab the yellow pages and start calling. Plead your case, some lawyers will cut you a break, some won't
Ask your friends or family if they have used anyone in the past. Sometimes they will also cut you a break if you have been refered.
A few thoughts that might help:
First, if you want to go to law school, do NOT get a paralegal studies degree thinking that will help with applications. It won't help at all--law schools don't believe there is a true "pre law" degree path, and assume they will teach you everything. They look down on majors like criminal justice (strange, but true). That said, your major doesn't have to be in any particular field. You could be a Political Science major, or a Biology major, and they will accept you (in fact, the Bio major has a very slight edge since that is a degree that is less common in law school). What will matter however, is your undergraduate GPA and your LSAT score. Those two numbers will largely determine what law schools you can get into.
Second, Goose is completely right: if you want to be a corporate lawyer, get a business degree instead. Corporate lawyers deal in business matters, and the more you know, the better you will be.
Third, the law school you attend will have a HUGE impact on your job prospects. Law firms are heavily invested in hiring lawyers form the top name law schools, so where you go will impact your choice of jobs (and even which firms come to your campus to interview). And, think about student debt as well. If at all possible, you want to exit law school with as little debt as possible.
There's a lot of questions to ask, and a lot of factors to consider. Take your time and make the best choice for you. Good luck!