Currently I am a Management Information Systems major and I was wondering if this major is eligible for being considered towards a career in Intellectual Property Law. As you know MIS major is usually apart of Business school curriculum all over the nation and I am also wondering although its not a "hard science" (i.e: Biology, Physics, Comp Sci) like most IP lawyers have a background in, can MIS majors pursue a career in IP Law even though its technically not a science.
In 95% of all cases, no. There is a website that shows eligible ISM programs. General consensus is that business school is not science, and ISM degrees do not have enough focus on computer science to warrant sitting for the patent bar. You would have to check yourself, though.