Already posted this here : does undergrad school matter to top law schools?
but I think it may get more replies here.
- I'm still a freshman (sophomore next semester)
I heard that law school's discourage pre-law, but in the case of my school (UTampa) I think the pre-law professional program is actually a good program because all it does is set me up with a pre-law advisor who helps me with getting into law school and finding all the requirements etc... I do not take any law courses and it is not a pre-law major, instead I still stick with my major of choice (philosophy).
more info here: The University of Tampa - Tampa, Florida - Pre-Law Professional Program
if anybody here could help me and confirm that this will not be detrimental when applying to law school then please do so. Your help is definitely appreciated