Love your handle. Easily my favorite book and one of my favorite characters.
I think you have a solid shot at Top 15 bschools so long as you can alleviate their concerns about 1) sticking it out 2) being focused. I agree with you on the approach of using the law school experience as a development opportunity that helped you grow. You can leverage that to point out that having been through that, you're more calculating about your decision to go to business school and have even more conviction that this is EXACTLY what you want to do. Although it is concerning that you decided you hated the idea of practicing law AFTER beginning law school (are you going to realize you HATE the idea of being a consultant/ibanker/asset manager/general manager after beginning business school?)
Not sure what your GMAT breakdown is, but if your quant is low, you might want to retake (given your non-quant undergrad) or possibly take some quant courses at a local school.
Pardon my candor and bluntness here, but your goals are incredibly vague and trite. You need to put together a story between your past and your future, and clearly elucidate how business school fits in. The future needs to be something that any business school 1) wants to be accredited with helping you achieve 2) recognizes is feasible 3) finds believable and specific enough to recognize that you're not being aimless.
Keep in mind, also, that at business school you'll likely quickly determine that 1) you're smart enough to do it 2) you may similarly be disinterested in subsequent career opportunities.
Glad I Retook: 730 (Q44 V46) to 760 (Q50 V44)