Yes and No. It takes a while to get established in law, and considering all that schooling, it could make it slow lane. But if law is your passion, then it definitely can be. You have to really leverage the time of others, since in law, your primary asset is time. There are many lawyers who have their own firms, but are pretty much self-employed. If you can shift out of that, delegate tasks off, while raking in your cut, of course you can be fast lane! One really good example is the lawyer who thrived off of foreclosures - he was one of the millionaires on the TV show called "The Secret Millionaire". I can't remember his exact name, but you should look him up. That guy lives it up !