The first thing is to do well in high school, especially in English, social studies, history, and foreign language. Follow a college preparatory curriculum. You will need a bachelor’s degree before attending law school. That could be in many different subject areas, but know that law school is heavy on reading and writing, so prepare for that. International relations and public policy are some common pre-law majors. Start preparing for the LSAT examination by junior year of college. Check out the article below.