1. Move in.
Make sure you’re physically set up in your apartment or wherever you will be living well before classes start. If you’re staying in university housing, move in on the first possible day and get your things organized as quickly as possible. Moving in early can also help you get used to your new surroundings, including bus and/or subway schedules, store locations, etc.
If you don’t already have one or have an outdated model, the time to get a new laptop is the summer before law school. Leave yourself plenty of time to get used to using the laptop so you’re not learning as you go come August—you’ll be trying to conquer plenty of other new things over the next year.
By “read” I do not mean your textbooks! You’ll have plenty of opportunity to do that over the next three years. Instead, the summer before your first year of law school, you should read what you enjoy, especially if you’re a voracious reader by nature, as you’ll find you won’t have nearly as much time--if any--for pleasure reading once you begin classes.