Aside from all the flowery advice you've been given on this thread about the pros and cons of attending law school, a major CON left out (which this entire site systematically ignores) is that the employment prospects and salary expectations for most current law students are dismal.............it'll save you time, money, heartache, and stress that is not worth the $45K a year job that awaits you.
The point is, if I want to go to law school, I am going to go. That's that. Regardless of employment prospects and ROI and any of that.
You're saying you would attend law school--despite the massive commitment of time and money--even if you knew you wouldn't be practicing law after you graduate? I thought the point of law school was to become a lawyer. Am I wrong?