Thanks for your input. Your response is interesting to me as I am currently an entrepreneur and have often thought it would be nice to be able to handle and interpret contracts, confidentiality agreements, employee agreements, etc. It seems like a lot of money and stress can be spent on the legal side of stuff. I am contemplating weather a 3-year JD/MBA is a possible solution.
In that case it could certainly be useful. On the other hand, depending on where your strength lies, you might want to just do a JD and add business knowledge as you need it. 99% of the knowledge from an MBA program can be learned over the course of several afternoons at Barnes and Noble. It is the networking aspect on top of the education that gives an MBA its true value, IMO.