I think that your general consensus from those of us who have completed law school is that it's a terribly expensive (in time, toll on family/relationships, and money). It seems like a bad way to kill time. Here is an article about whether you should be a lawyer
It sounds like you don't really know what you want from life yet. Here's a suggesttion, and I offer it humbly. Try to decide what results you want from a profession: hours, pay, vacation, stress-level, contribution, interaction with people, atmosphere, etc... Decide what you think is important, understanding that there are definite tradeoffs. Be realistic. If you want to work less than 40 hours a week and make $1M a year your options will be severely limited (btw if you figure out how to do that, send us a post. Im sure a bunch of us would be interested
). Once you know the results you want from your carreer, start a list of the different professions that satisfy the criteria.
Then, at least, you can spend your time advancing toward something that will be sure to make you happy with your life.