Law School Communications
Now in its third year, the Doctoroff program has established itself as an innovative response to a shifting world in which the divide between business and law is dissolving and the demand for lawyers with financial and corporate savvy is rising.
At first, Emily Samra, ’17, was torn between business school and law school. She’d been out of college for five years, working as an insurance business analyst, and an MBA made sense. Except a JD did, too, and the insurance-industry jobs that most interested her were all held by lawyers. Unless she invested extra time and money in a joint degree, she’d have to choose. She chose law.