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In discussing Mitt Romney's decision to drop out of the presidential race, the WSJ Law Blog voiced skepticism about whether a joint JD/MBA has any value:

http://blogs.wsj.com/law/2008/02/07/mitt-romney-harvard-law-75-suspends-campaign/
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Re: Wall Street Journal Questions the Purpose of Joint JD/MBA Degrees
« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2008, 05:00:07 PM »
I can see being skeptical of the JD/MBA because both programs are shortened in most cases.  But if one has an MBA and decides to get a JD, or vice versa, I think it can only be viewed as a good thing.

Also, we hardly ever hear any criticism of JD/MA or JD/PhD programs.  Wouldn't these people be just as "indecisive" as a JD/MBA?  Maybe it's just because the JD/MBA is the most common joint degree program....