Hello, I've been recommended to contact you about a bit of career advice! I'm thinking of doing a postgrad qualification in law (either the GDL or an LLM, different providers seem to recommend different things) with a view to becoming a solicitor or a barrister from a non-law graduate starting position. I've been a teacher for 8 years and have other work experience prior to that. My lawyer friend says DON'T DO IT! I can't imagine ever teaching full-time again for a whole variety of reasons, so am I committing the same error as someone who says, "yeah, I wanted to spend more quality family time together so I thought I'd become a teacher"?