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Leverage College Majors for Law School Admission

Dave_BerryDave_Berry CC Admissions Expert Posts: 2,351 Senior Member
"The beauty of law is that it is a career path open to all undergraduate fields of study. Unlike medical school where you need to satisfy certain prerequisite classes or business school where you must demonstrate relevant postgraduate experience, the only criteria for applying to the majority of law schools is a bachelor's degree and a strong LSAT score.

Law schools that have started accepting the GRE in lieu of the LSAT credit their decision, in part, to wanting to attract more science, technology, engineering and math – or STEM – majors to diversify the legal field.

Here's how four different categories of undergraduate study give you essential lawyering skills and ways to draw that out in your law school applications." ...

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