As an aspiring lawyer, your undergraduate years will be spent preparing you for acceptance into an excellent graduate law program. Leading law schools have an acceptance rate well below 20 percent with an average GPA of admitted applicants close to or higher than 3.8. Your undergraduate-level education directly impacts your ability to get into law school. Specifically, your major affects your ability to earn a higher GPA and your performance on the LSAT. Some colleges and universities offer a pre-law major, but most do not. In addition, a pre-law major is not viewed as being a rigorous area of study. This can be detrimental because law schools analyze your GPA in combination with how challenging the program is. The American Bar Association does not endorse a specific major, but some majors may prepare you for success with the law school admissions process more than others. As you select your undergraduate major with the intent to apply to law school in the future, these are some of the leading majors to consider.