Hey guys. I'd like some advice. I graduated with a B.Sc. in physics this past May. I am working in a research capacity in a Nanotech Lab at a university in the Department of Electrical Engineering, being paid below minimum. I have applied to start a Master's in Electrical Engineering in January, and believe I have been accepted. I wrote the LSAT in June and received a good score. My parents would very much like me to pursue law school (for entrance next September) since my father sees it as a) More likely to get me a job when I graduate and b) with a greater potential for a high salary. I won't find out whether I have been accepted to the law program until I have already begun my Master's. The expectation is that I will drop out of the Master's program if I am accepted to law. Which would you do? Continue your Master's in Electrical Engineering, pray that you can finagle a P.Eng. designation without an Engineering undergrad and get a job in the field that pays well, or drop out of the Master's and enter law school, take an extra year and a half in school and come out with (hopefully) a job in that field?