Career pathways in these fields require students to pursue additional education in medical schools, other health professions schools (osteopathic, veterinary, allopathic, dental, etc.) or law school. It is not uncommon for students to take a gap year (or two or more) between graduation from Brown and applying/matriculating to medical school or to work for two or more years before they apply to law school, though a small number of graduates matriculate directly.
You can engage with the Career Counseling team at the Brown Center for Career Exploration to discuss your interest in these career pathways. You can also develop your professional network and discover opportunities to gain internship and research experiences in health and law through programs at the center.