“In the criminal justice system, the people are represented by two separate, yet equally important groups…” So begins every episode of the long-running television series Law and Order. If you’re interested in a career in criminal justice and legal studies, the odds are good you know the rest. Do you hope to join those who investigate crime? Or do your dreams place you in a courtroom, prosecuting—or defending—the accused before a judge and jury? There are all types of law careers, ranging from those that require only an associate’s degree to those that can only be performed by those with a Juris Doctor (JD) degree. If you’re aiming for the latter, you’ll be wondering what are the best majors for law school while—or, if you’re super-organized, before—you’re an undergraduate. If you have your sights set on becoming a local, state, or federal agent, a criminologist, a forensics technician, or a customs inspector, you’ll want to know about the various legal studies majors that can launch your career. Noodle has already done the necessary detective work; let us help you make your best case.