Do you need a BA in anything to go to law school?

Technically yes, you need at least Bachelors degree in any major to be admitted to law school. Law schools do not require specific majors for admission; however, most law school applicants have Bachelors degrees in Business, Criminal Justice, or Political Science. There are, however, some exceptions such as with Cooley School of Law in Michigan, which will allow a student with a certain amount of college credit to be admitted without earning a Bachelors degree. In addition to a Bachelors degree, all potential applicants are required to take the LSAT, or the Law School Admissions Test before admission.