Going for Law school - changing career completely
I am in the middle of a dilemma and I would appreciate any help.
I am a professional musician and I work for TAMU. I have been touring the world and I even got a record label wanting to record a Cd. I feel like I am finally living the dream I have worked so hard. I even left my country to chase this dream.
Although lately I haven't been happy. Not happy at all.
I have been questioning about the purpose in music. What music does to the humanity and, in my mind, it doesn't do much. I want to make the difference in the world, I want to help people and I feel that as a musician I can't do this.
I have been always interested in advocacy. Last Summer I was back in Portugal and I talked with one of my best friends from high school and he is a judge currently. All the stories he told me made me so excited and wanting to go further with this.
But this is the reality:
I will be 29 years old in December. I have a bachelor and a master in Piano performance. I am hard work and I am willing to put all the work and study in this.
But I need to know, is it to late? If not, what is the process I should follow?
Thank you! Any help is highly appreciated!