First off, I'm a junior in high school, so this isn't a decision I have to make now. Anyways, I feel confident I would like a career in law. Whether that be to actually become a true lawyer or help a career in politics, I do not know yet. My question is, what should I major in before that? I would like something that could both help me in law school, but also allow for a decent job if I changed my mind. My first dream was to be a computer engineer, but math is not my strong point. That being said, economics is a field I could be interested in. Studies suggest that lawyers with a degree in economics earn between $5000-$10000 more a year. I know that degrees such as political sciences and philosophy probably provide more support, and while I might like political sciences, it doesn't allow for much of a job outside of going to law school, unlike an economics or business major. So, um, opinions? Help? Thanks guys.