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The reason for the MSA would be as a supplement to the JD. I am interested in corporate/tax/financial law and thought it would give me specific analytic and financial skills with regard to that area that I don't have now. Not sure I buy the whole argument that it could be a red flag. If I was really interested in being an accountant there would be no reason to attend law school whereas the MSA provides additional analytic and financial skills.