I work with a lot of law students who decide to change career direction after a few years of practice. The issue with pursuing an MBA degree after obtaining a law degree is that the knee jerk reaction is the view you as a terminal student. This places the additional burden on the applicant to present a compelling application on why they want to pursue a graduate business degree and how they envision their careers developing after this. This is not easy as there is already this preconceived notion built into your application -- however, far from impossible.
Starting off knowing your position means that you can adapt your application and admissions strategy from the start to overcome these stereotype.
As for your profile, you have the potential to get into a top ten program and I see very few weaknesses. I would try to beef up your more recent community service/extracurricular activity profile and try to gain some more recent leadership skills in this arena. I would also try to get involved in some sort of association of get some sort of affiliation that relates to your future career goals. And, of course, excel at your GMAT -- the higher your score the easier this entire application process becomes.
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