Just curious about how you think a Marine Corps intelligence background (2 deployments to Iraq and 1 to Afghanistan) to include a Top Secret/SCI clearance would benefit me in the law world? I have 9 more months in my contract and then hope to go to law school at UCLA, USC, or USD (they'll all be free for me -- thank you tax payers! [GI Bill])
I'd imagine that national security and defense firms (Boeing, Booz Allen Hamilton, etc) hire lawyers and that they would benefit from having a TS/SCI clearance and military intelligence background. Do you all think that my imagination deceives me? Any other opportunities that I may not anticipate?
Clearly, Im not anticipating my background to be a huge sticking point, but rather a nice strong breeze to help push me over the fence when Im stuck. Of course, this wouldnt be entirely due to my intelligence and TS/SCI background, but also because of the leadership, service, yada yada crap that comes along with a military background.
Thanks for any input!