So here is my plan for my gap year...i wanted some feedback from you guys. I am a history major, chem minor and wanted to take the year off after graduation to get every class and all my grades on my transcript for medical school. I want the best chances possible. But anyway, I have been an EMT for 7 years and am ready for something new. During my gap year what I want to do is use some of my contacts in the law profession to line up a job in a medical malpractice firm. How do you think medical school admissions will view this (im just not sure how doctors see medical malpractice attourneys haha)? I don't want to go to some BS ambulance chasing firm, but rather a nice, legitimate, reputable firm. During this time I also plan to continue my research and shadowing at the university medical center (as a side thing, because i enjoy it, but there wont be any income--which is why i want/need this job) How does this sound? Law has always been my backup and I think combining medicine and law would be an awesome experience before I enter medical school. Also, it will allow me to see the other side of things. You agree?