No specific major is required or recommended to prepare you for law school or the Law School Admission Test. It is recommended that you choose a Major that interests and challenges you.
The Law School Admission Council recommends that someone interested in pre-law take advantage of educational, extra-curricular and life experience opportunities to develop the following skills, values and knowledge.
- analytic and problem solving skills,
- critical reading abilities
- writing skills,
- oral communication and listening abilities,
- general research skills
- task organization and management skills
- the value of serving the interests of others while promoting justice.
- understanding of history, political thought, math and financial matters, human behavior and diverse cultures.