I'm a senior with an analyst offer with afirm. However, once everything started going to shit this past fall, I took it upon myself to take the LSAT and apply to law school so that I wouldn't be completely fucked had I not gotten an offer with my firm or had an offer revoked.
I was all set to start work in July until I got into Penn Law School. I'm still waiting on UChicago. As such, I was hoping that you guys could lend some insight. Given the current environment, does it make more sense to go for a JD/MBA at Penn or Chicago, or should I still take the analyst gig. I am interested taking the most efficient route into high finance, but suspect that law school would be intellectually stimulating and could provide for a sophisticated understanding of regulation within the financial markets. Thanks.
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