The b school thing is really complicated. I generally agree that for some undergrad it's kinda silly.
But if you've been out of school for ten years? And are considering doing weird tax transactions that banks would use? You might actually meet useful people.
I need a career counselor. I'm putting on some Mingus.
I had a conversation with a bond counsel. I really like bonds and the math behind it. Being a lawyer who knows how to work with the numbers seems to be a really good thing, maybe I can put my math talents to some use finally? Maybe I can turn into a financial advisor for my lawyer friends? I don't want to work a trading desk for sure, but I wouldn't mind advising people/company. Maybe useful going in-house too.