I recieved my first acceptance yesterday and I was so excited. I don't know what to do. The only thing is that I don't know if I want to pratice law anymore. Since childhood I've always wanted to be an attorney. This is my second year applying so I gave up with anyhope of getting in so when I recieved my letter I was schocked. I started looking at getting my MBA from the school up the street.
I am so confused right now. Going to school would mean I would have to relocate again and leave my 7 year-old with my mother. Someone please tell me is it worth going to law school if you don't want to be an attorney? I may want to be an attorney some day down the road but right now I just don't know.
Ultimately, whether or not it's "worth it" to go to law school, especially if you're not sure you want to be an attorney, is up to you.
If you want to spend money studying something you're not sure you'll ever use, that's your business. In my humble opinion, it seems like there's some other stuff going on here (the moving, the separation from your child, the rejections from last year etc.) that might be understandably affecting your decision and those are most definitely things you need to consider before making a decision.
Whatever you decide to do - good luck