Sorry for the double post, but I was told this would be more suited to this area of the board.
Currently, I am going to finish this year as a second semester sophmore Literature Major/Philosophy Minor. But holy f*ck, it's about as boring as it gets (the literature, not the philosophy). I think the only major that would really be of interest to me would be to switch to visual arts and get back to graphic design and photography. I might loose some time with the switch, but I'd rather spend the last two years of my undergrad doing something I enjoy as opposed to suffering through two years of writing fluffed up craptastic papers and essays.
My question is, how important of a factor is your major for admissions to law school's??