I graduated in 2018 with a First-class Law degree and then went on to complete my Masters in Legal Practice in 2019. In total I have spent around three years working in various areas of law and I am currently a Trainee Solicitor. I have started to realise that this career path may not be for me. I do not find working in law very engaging and the work does not interest me. I can go days on end in the office without anybody speaking to me/engaging in conversation. My colleagues have all on to say good morning to each other. I find the office environment in a commercial law firm depressing, tense and stressful. I have always considered becoming a teacher, but having done a Law degree I thought that the natural thing to do was qualify as a solicitor. At the time none of my peers wanted to go into teaching, or any other career and were swayed by the 'big money' you can earn in law (not worth it when you consider the demanding clients, extra long hours, business development events and weekends spent in the office). I feel like teaching will be more fulfilling, engaging and interesting. I understand that the pay is not fantastic and I have also been a little put off by some of the overly negative posts on here. However, I feel that I would have a better quality of life than I do now. Having come from a legal background, I am used to the extra unpaid hours. I doubt I would begrudge the extra prep so much, as it is a career I believe I would enjoy more. I feel a little bit stuck and don't know how to progress. Ideally I would like to teach secondary and/or A-Level. Potentially History, English, Politics or Law. I don't even know what subjects I could teach with a Law degree. I have A-Levels in Law (A*), Modern History (A), Fine Art (A) and an AS-Level in English Language and Literature (A). If I were to go down the English or History route would my job prospects be reduced given I do not have a degree in my subject area? Is there anybody who could give me some guidance or anybody that may have been in a similar situation? Thank you.