Hello. I tell students that ask this question that my recommendation is that you either major in English or Math. The reason behind both of these is that when you become a lawyer you are going to have to be a master at writing and talking. You will write a lot of briefs, memos, contracts and lots of other documents, so your command of the English written word needs to be very good. Judges, other attorneys and your clients will read these document so you want to have professional documents (that does not mean they have to be full of legalese, just have correct spelling, grammar and proper use of the English language). This makes you look intelligent and like you know what you are doing. The other major, Math, can give you analytical skills that will allow you to analyze a potential case to see what the possibility of winning is as well as what types of claims you can bring. Analysis is a very important part of mathematics and it is also a big part of law. Make sure that you take some classes that you will enjoy as well. If you spend all of your time studying for required courses and not having any "down" time by having classes that you enjoy (swimming or other active classes help relive stress too) you will get burned out before you get through both undergraduate and law school. Good luck to you in your future endeavors. Remember the only thing that stops you from reaching your dreams is YOU. Move forward at a steady pace and you will do fine!