Hello,I am new to this website, so forgive me if I'm posting this thread in the wrong place.I am a third-year undergraduate student who transferred to a top-tier private university this semester. Until recently, I have considered myself a premedical student, but after carefully considering the realities of medical school, my true talents, and other factors, I have decided to change career goals.I am not convinced that pursuing law school is my goal (how could I be after I have invested time and effort towards being a premedical student?), but I am curious as to how I can go about learning about the field of law. I have a few friends whose fathers practice law, so I will discuss my situation with them and see what information I can gather.My major is an interdisciplinary program which offers the chance to take courses in philosophy, sociology, religious studies, history, anthropology, psychology, etc.; what subjects would benefit me the most on the path to law school?Also, I am hoping that someone has a link to a website which offers vast amounts of information concerning law school and most importantly the field of law in general. Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated!
...Lastly, Law Schools don't care about what your undergraduate major is. ...
what subjects would benefit me the most on the path to law school?
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