What unis can apply to for law with AS: BDDD Watch
Honestly, I doubt it. Those universities are extremely competitive, to the extent that a good LNAT and personal statement won't make up for your AS grades - a lot of people will have a great personal statement and high AS grades, so you simply wouldn't be able to compete with them. Unless you have valid extenuating circumstances, you should either apply to universities that ask for lower grades (ABB/BBB and lower, I'd argue), or apply after you've completed A levels, during a gap year.
I ended up with CCE A-Level but still got on the course I wanted at Huddersfield, studying psychology, but I had applied for law and changed last minute.
So all depends really! Go off your predicted grades and apply anywhere, but don't forget to always apply for a foundation course. I applied for the foundation course at Manchester Met at 200 UCAS and the actual course is 300 UCAS. That is a good Uni. So is Huddersfield, for 300 Ucas.
But I am putting my AS grades as pending on UCAS so the uni will only have GCSE ,LNAT, PS and predictions to go on, because my AS contributes to my A2 so I don't enter my AS on UCAS