I agree completely. 1L work experience at a law firm is always a good thing.
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You are welcome! Glad to help.
By the way, I actually followed the directions today and it worked no problem!
Just finished week three. Feeling much more confident and still loving it!
Much like the type of research and writing you did for your appellant brief. Feels like homework all day.
I already had my MBA, and have put it to good use, but for me it was worth it to go back and get the JD. It depends so much on your goals that there's no way for anyone to really answer that, but you probably already knew that...
I think of myself as a business person first, with a (pending) law degree as a huge plus. I don't know if I would feel the same way if I was dedicated to practicing law, and wanted to use the MBA as a plus. I don't think the MBA is worth as much as an add-on to a lawyer as a JD is as an add-on to a business person.
Not really sure if that makes sense, but good luck with whatever you decide! As a parting note, I've never met anyone whose ever learned anything and then looked back with regret. Without knowing beans about your situation, if you can do it, I would say go for it!