I am just below median at a TT Big State School. My Law School has a joint jd/accounting degree for no extra time or money; I also have a business background.
Would it be prudent to pursue the joint jd program if I desire a big four accounting job? FWIW, the accounting school is highly ranked. Furthermore, if you say yes to the dual degree, which is better: MAcc or M.Tax?
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Why not? I would do M.Tax since it's generally more applicable to being a lawyer.
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