Your law school grades won't be an issue (whether they're good or bad) if you have no post-undergraduate full-time work experience. Sooner or later, you're going to have to enter the workforce -- and no matter how many masters degrees you pile up, you're going to have to start in an entry-level position. If you work in law, you're still going to have to go through associate hell at the law firms (no shortcuts). If you decide to go the business route, you're starting at the bottom - oftentimes in positions that are comparable to a college grad with a few years experience, or even a fresh college grad.
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