I know that after that I'm going to take the rest of the year to hopefully find some kind of job and get work experience and money before I ship off to some kind of grad program, but that's the problem.
(btw I'm a political science major)
Well ever since I started college 3 years ago, I sort of had it in my mind that I wanted to go to law school, but lately I've been rethinking that. I've begun to lean more and more towards a masters/PhD program in international relations. If I studied law, I would most likely do an emphasis/concentration (don't know what they call it in law school) or specialization in international law.
I know that I want to do some kind "international" work, but I'm not quite sure. For example, being a diplomat, an international lawyer, conflict resolution, working with the UN... all these kinds of things sound SOO appealing to me.
So I'm sort of confused, I don't know which route to take - law school or a graduate study program. I know both routes can take me where I want to go.
Perhaps TL can help me make a decision! What do you guys think I should do?