Philosophy and political science are both pretty traditional pathways to law school, however, at our university there are many students from other majors who successfully pursue law after graduation. It sounds like you might have an interest in psychology, which would be useful in law. Law school admissions will look at your LSAT scores, as well as any experience you have related to law. Therefore, you could pursue one or more internships while in school, regardless of major. I would recommend when starting college to take an exploratory course in some of your areas of interest to see what sticks (usually you do not need to select a major your first year as there are other classes that are required). Additionally, you might consider using a website like Onetonline to research specific career paths (salaries, job outlooks, educational requirements, etc.) .