yea but more in studio art than art history, though ive taken a lot of art history classes. Im an studio art undergrad with a lot of questions about the legal profession ha
These can be fine combinations, believe it or not. (The #1 student in our section was an art history major.)
As a rule, however, the real question is the degree to which you wish to pursue the art or the law. There would be few opportunities to combine them, but they are there. Moreover, if convincingly done this can actually be one of those soft plusses that makes the difference in a reach school. To position yourself, however, it's likely that you would need a master's or even PhD in art, and some serious work in the field to connect with the interest in law.
On the plus side, if those are real interests, you could pursue not just the legal side but also, quite likely, the art side (such as as a curator or director of a museum, etc). If this is of interest you might also consider an MBA with a specialization in non-profit organizations (there are a few programs that offer this specialty).