I'll gladly take a look ... and I'd like to pose a question to all of you:
I too am a career-switcher, I've been in pharamaceutical sales for 6 years and am simply looking for something more "intellectually stimulating" and for a better channel to actually help people. I feel that because of the amount of time I have been out of college in a full time career, it is incumbent upon me to include a "why law school why now?" component of my personal statement as opposed to strictly writing a narrative about a meaningful experience. Agree/Disagree?