Lopata92 wrote:It makes more sence to come to a CPA for tax advice, then pay a lawyer to represent the case?
JD/MBAs are almost always a bad idea. When hiring comes around, it looks like you're undecided as to what you want to do, and trust me on this, firms are going to look down on you because of this.
If you want an MBA, you're going to need work experience anyway. I don't think you'll get into any MBA/JD programs, or any worth going to anyway.
Look, I was 19 once. All of us here giving you advice were. I know how it feels to think you know everything better than everyone else, I think that's a feeling that most people have at some point in their teenage years. But when it comes to law school, you don't know everything. Here on TLS we have people about to start in the best schools in the country, people currently attending the best schools in the country, and people working as attorneys after going to the best schools in the country. When it comes to law school, TLS knows what the fuck its talking about. You can choose to ignore our advice if you want, but I can guarantee you one thing - we know better than you do, and if you listen to the advice here, you will be in a better position than you would have been otherwise.