Legal Studies College Majors and Degree Programs

Are you interested in a law career, but aren't yet sure whether you want to become a full-fledged attorney? Do you know you want to be a lawyer, but don't know what kind of law you'd like to practice? If so, there is a good chance that a legal studies major or degree program could help you make some important decisions. Legal studies programs might include pre-law, legal research, international law, finance and securities, tax law, or intellectual property/copyright. Other areas of focus might prepare students for careers in court reporting, environmental law, or as a paralegal. These programs are often taught from the perspective of the humanities or social sciences, but provide a basic legal education that could prove helpful to those preparing for law school, or otherwise working in the legal system.

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