I just realized this week that it's highly likely that I'll be able to sit for the CPA exam if I judiciously select my law electives.
Of course, I wouldn't be able to meet the professional requirements to be a CPA. Nor do I foresee a situation where I would.
However, is there any circumstance where this would be a help? I am particularly interested in securities law.
Also, can professional experience count for both law and accountancy? For instance, if I were to be a tax attorney (yes, I know about the LLM in Tax), would that count as professional years towards a CPA designation?
Any insight would be appreciated.