(HT Above the Law)
(LSAT Scores of Economics Majors: The 2008-2009 Class Update by Michael Nieswiadomy via Paul Caron)
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Don't Major in Criminal Justice If You Want to Go to Law School?
Economics, on the other hand, is a fine choice. Not only does majoring in economics correlate with high LSAT scores, it correlates with a high salary even if you decide not to go to law school. (Criminal Justice comes in last -- both in terms of average LSAT scores and lowest expected salary.)