I've had an ambition to get my law degree for awhile. Can someone provide insight on the best route to take. For instance, elaborate upon an educational delay or returning to school after commissioning. I'm a contracted MS1 so I know I have a bit of always to think about this, but the sooner the better!
If you're a 4-year ROTC scholarship recipient, you'll need at least 7 years of active duty to fully qualify for the post-9/11 GI Bill, which would set you up pretty nice for a free law school experience after your military service is over.
Consider combination of GI Bill & Yellow Ribbon Program at, say, Harvard Law School. Go to school for basically free & get monthly non-taxable housing allowance of $3K+ (2017 rates) to live in Boston/Cambridge.
Study hard, get good grades & graduate at age of 32 with zero debt. Pass the bar & proceed with wonderfully fulfilling & financially rewarding career as an attorney.