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Law School

Economics majors are well prepared for law school. Most economics courses do not teach students a set of important facts or the answers to a set of questions. Economics teaches students how to think, how to answer questions. This is exactly what the law school admissions committees are looking for.

Good law school programs admit students with a high GPA and a high LSAT score. Letters of recommendation and the personal statement are also important to the admission decision.