I am a junction where I am looking to change careers (currently LEO) and am torn between two very different areas. 1) Law. I am prepping for the LSAT and am positive that I can get a good score. My area of interest lies in Criminal Law and extensive experience in a specialized area of computers would be looking to get into Special Prosecutions (I am also done the course work for my Masters and am about to embark on the dissertation stage.) Articling positions are not easy to come by; take into consideration poor undergrad marks (I do have valid reasons for those, but no need to get into those here) and my age 41 (45 by the time I'd be done), I have a couple of serious roadblocks when compared to someone 20 years my junior with high marks (firms look at undergrad marks as well as Law School marks.) That being said, I have extensive experience in computer forensics, which should be an asset. 2) Psychology. I have always had an interest in Psychology and how the mind works. After a recent psych exam (I know what you're thinking, but it's mandatory with my job) I came away with a newly sparked interest in Psychology. In this field I think that age would be more of a benefit than hindrance. There are excellent online programs out there and I would be going for an undergrad in Psych followed by a Masters + certifications. Option 2 would render the Masters I am pursuing now useless (it's in Computer Forensics), Option 1 would benefit from it. Yes, there is Option 3 (staying where I am), but that is simply not in my cards (I have my reasons.) I truly do not know which path to pursue in terms of interest as I have an avid interest in both. Help..?