Bama has a tier 1 law school. It is #30 USnews
(UF's & FSU's law schools are in the 50s - which is still good.),
Congrats on having the stats for full OOS tuition at Bama!
Bama's Honors College course offerings are amazing and would certainly work well with a pre-law student. Your stats qualify you for Honors College admission, and of course, honors housing in the Super Suites.
FYI....from the Bama Law School website...
The Law School does not require applicants to have specialized in any particular academic majors or subject areas closely related to law during their undergraduate education. However, potential law students should choose courses that will enhance their abilities in the areas of critical thinking, oral and written expression, and logical and analytical reasoning. Applicants considering law school are encouraged to enroll in a broad range of courses that will help develop these skills.
So, unless your heart is set on Poly Sci, you might consider a self-designed major that allows you to incorporate courses such as Poly Sci, History, Philosophy, English, (or whatever!) to make you a more well-rounded law school prospect. Bama's New College department allows students to self-design their major... Home | New College