Does anyone out there have any advice for a corporate lawyer who wants to switch gears and go to med school? I started off college pre-med and so have half of my pre-req's. Is it possible to re-do them? Or do I have to leap back and suddenly do Orgo II? After having gone through law school I can't really remember anything I learned in bio or physics or orgo - it was about 7 years ago! How do adcom's view lawyers who want to go to med school? Is my JD a 'negative'? I went to a top 15 law school and did pretty well. Do they factor my law school GPA into things or is it just sort of an addendum? I just haven't been able to find any sort of passion for corporate litigation and I've sincerely regretted my decision to quit the pre-med track. I woke up with the realization that life's short and I really don't want to spend it locked in an office writing memos and going through documents for a gazillion hours a week. I'm looking to start back up with either a formal post-bacc program or putting together some sort of program myself and finding some sort of less demanding part time job while I go back to school. Is there anyone who's gone from being a lawyer to a doctor? Is it even possible??? Am I crazy for wanting to do this?