skoobily doobily wrote:"Is there really a degree that prepares you for law school?"
No. Law is a unique field of study, and beyond good reading comprehension, solid writing skill, and sufficient analytic ability, you don't need any other preparation for law school.
Are there degrees from which graduates have the propensity to succeed in law school?
Yes, but probably only inasmuch as those graduates would be inherently better at law school whether or not they had earned that specific degree.
I don't understand what these last 4 pages are about.
This would assume you can't gain better reading comprehension, writing skills, and analytic ability from one undergrad degree over another, which I think is patently false. Anyways, the answer to this thread is philosophy. If it is done right, it's heavily analytic (formal logic), forces you to read and understand ridiculously complex material, and will hone your writing skills at least as much as any other liberal arts major.