2. "Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) suggests that students major in degree programs that teach them potentially useful skills, such as writing, speaking, investigating and critical-thinking."
3. "They also put their skills and knowledge to use by participating in clinical programs, which allow second-and third-year law students to apply what they learn to real life situations."
2. "Applying to law school requires graduating from a bachelor's degree program and, in nearly all cases, taking the Law School Admission Test (LSAT)."
3. "While no particular field of study is required for applying to law school, all lawyers should have their reading, speaking, and argumentation skills while in college."