Do Law Firms care what your undergraduate major is
So i'm currently a second year philosophy major, wanting to go to law school. I chose philosophy because it was said that this major had one of the highest LSAT scores, and because of logic and critical thinking that is said to help with law school. But recently as most parents do, they went and asked their friends wether or not my major will help me get a job after law school, and came back with the answer that no, my undergraduate major will leave me unemployed after law school. Now i'm just confused as to why my undergrad major will matter once I graduate law school, I was wondering if anyone knows if law firms do care about what you majored in or if i should just keep doing my thing and not major in something business or stem.