I can imagine that returning to school after having completed a Harvard Law degree is a difficult decision. However, if you are committed then I see no reason why you should not be accepted into a world class program. One thing to be aware of is that you have to be careful not to come across as a terminal student and your application has to have a great sense of purpose and direction. I would also do research into those schools that are most open to people with your background -- from my vast experience, I would say that HBS and Stanford might be long shots. I would definitely apply to Wharton, Columbia, Booth and Sloan. At these schools, your peer group will be very similar to what you experienced at Harvard Law. As back-up schools, I would recommend that you look at Yale, Darden and Cornell -- all of these schools have great placement in your target industry. Lastly, remember to make your essays positive and developmental and not negative and regretful -- nobody likes to read sad or negative essays.
Good luck on your exciting career transition.
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