Much older than likely anyone here with 20 yoe in Silicon Valley tech as SWE. BS/MS in engineering. There are not many Law-oriented forums with STEM-majors, so trying this forum for possible input.
Was interested in humanities/literature all my life, but as software engineer those can even hinder professional career. Considering law/JD as a career.
Took LSAT scored low-170s. I think I can't get into top-3 law schools, but can get into Columbia and below with some effort. Don't want to do MBA as it seems mostly superficial.
Is it worth the debt and 3 years?
Anyone been in similar boat looking for a career reset at an old age?
What other degrees than JD or MBA one can do that can provide career-reset of sorts and intellectual academic environment?