Ha!dear god I hope you aren't actually handling any cases
Perfect troll logic.
Claim: law schools totally have majors.
Obvious reality: no, they don't.
Troll response: well, uh, where's the links to the law schools showing they aren't offering what they aren't offering!
In other news, law schools don't offer concentrations in watermelon law. Kinda hard to post that link, because ... wait for it ... it doesn't exist. Like a law school major.
Dear poster formally known as snake,
I know things are tough for you; after all, you did fail the bar exam the first time! But let me tell you something; it does get easier! Really. And luckily for you, after a while, no one will care that you couldn't even pass the bar. But here's the thing; high barriers to entry already exist in our profession. Once you're in, you're set. So relax, and stop trolling those poor people who are just looking for information. 'Kay?
Now, my little special troll, it helps to be able to read, in legal practice, on bar exams, and even in comment threads! A "concentration" is not a major. That's already been addressed. Any practicing attorney who says they "majored" in something in law school will be laughed at, like Maintain and I laugh at you. A clinic is also not a "major." These distinctions are important, because a JD is a certain type of degree that does not allow for "majors." And neither does the ABA (for those who go to accredited schools). So as I already wrote, certain schools will give you a shiny, happy piece of paper for completing bogus objectives, "Look, person who doesn't know better, you can have your pro bono / child advocacy / criminal law certificate!" And, if you would like, you can say that you completed it! Pat on the head for you! But it doesn't mean anything.
But you wouldn't say you majored in child advocacy. I mean, I'm sure you would write that you majored in Pro Bono, but that's just the kind of special that you are!
So we'll try this one more time, shall we? Can you show a single school that has a ... wait for it ... major
in law school? You know, for a JD? Not a clinic. Not a special happy certificate made up by the school. Not an LLM program (because that's a different degree, as I already told you, just like I already told you about concentrations).
Go on ... you can do it! I know you can! Make us proud!