If you’ve got your sight sets on a career in law, education should be on your radar. Most lawyers spend seven years, after high school, in school. The first four is spent getting a bachelor’s degree, the last three is spent in law school.
The time is only half the battle. Getting into law school can be difficult, and good law schools have highly competitive admission processes. Law schools weigh a combination of your undergraduate GPA and LSAT (Law School Admission Test) scores to determine your ability to be successful in a given program.