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Law school is what you make it. It was not dry or boring for me but then I have always loved school. I would suggest that you consider 'why" you are interested in becoming a lawyer. Then weigh your pros and cons, list what you do and don't like about the law/practicing law, take a personality test to determine if practicing law is a good fit for you and then weigh your options. A professional personality test will save you a world of heart ache and stress. I wish I had taken one years ago. Keep in mind that anything worth earning/keeping is not easy. But if the idea does not excite you, then it is probably not for you. I hope this helps.
Law careers are very competitive. If you are able to attend a top 30 school, then the time and effort might be worth it. Anything outside of the top 30 and your will struggle to find employment unless you have a connection or foot in the door at a firm. Be sure to avoid any "for profit" law schools as these usually have lower employement numbers and higher tuition that public law schools.