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You will need to check with a few university Law departments whether you need to take a Bachelors Law degree (LLB), which would mean applying through UCAS, or whether your degree allows you to take the Senior Status (accelerated) LLB course.
It's possible you may be able to take a graduate conversion course - CPE or GDL - immediately, but you must check with the universities.
Take into account the funding implications and the length of time involved.
Once you have a LLB or a CPE or a GDL, you will have to progress to the vocational part of qualifying by taking the LPC and then a training contract in a solicitors office.
Please start by looking at the information on a few university websites and then contact a university direct for advice and guidance on the best route for you.
I hope this helps to point you in the right direction.