Honestly, if you can do arithmetic, you'll probably be okay; my friend who's in that field is always moaning about how much she hated algebra. Of course, that won't be enough to get you into a really good college these days, so do the best you can at least through high school. You never know: you might end up with some cases where it'd be useful. One of the most common ways that lawyers use math are percentages. For example, they many need to calculate what the odds are they'll win a trial.
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