Hey guys,I'm graduating this year and will work Big 4 accounting (audit) for 2-3 years. I will get my CPA this summer. I've always wanted to be a lawyer, and am really working as an accountant to learn business. What is the value of a CPA for law firm recruiters? I don't think it counts for much in law school admissions, but my goal is to go into an area where accounting will be useful, such as corporate or tax. Are there other legal specialties where accounting will be helpful? How much does the CPA count for BigL? I would like to make more than 70-80K per year after graduating law school, because if I stay with Big 4 accounting, my salary would be 80-100K anyways (less law school debt). Does anyone have experience or know of people in this situation?Thanks in advance.
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