I'm interested in government work, especially as it deals with international relations. I figure that I won't really be able to live on a federal salary forever, though, and I will probably bounce in and out of private practice, mainly in DC. To me, that's the great thing about the law degree -- I can work in the government, but I can also leave if I disagree with the policy direction of a particular administration and I won't have to worry about not having skills that are not valuable in the marketplace. I'm also interested in being a prof., but I know that it's a ridiculously competitive field. I'd also say that there's a small chance that I'd want to go the corporate route...maybe by doing in-house counsel after a few years and then jumping into the non-law side of a particular company. The law degree definitely gives you a ton of options!