shadowofjazz wrote:Is it worth doing the MBA with a very sold business background or would the business law program be more appropriate? I think I remember hearing that people with business backgrounds skip over some coursework in the business law program (accounting/finance) or go into more intensive versions of that coursework.
You don't need an MBA for a job as an associate in a law firm. If there comes a time later when your having an MBA will benefit your employer, they will pay for you to do an executive MBA.
If you want to do corporate transactional stuff, the law and business program will be all you need and more.