I'd suggest, you start digging.
Step#1 Think of any profession that interests you at the moment.
Step#2 Read books, watch documentaries, go through course outlines about the degrees that might take you to that profession. I remember reading 'The Big Short' and deciding to get involved in the financial world.
Step#3 Go for it. Try your hand at it by doing internships or courses (Forage, Coursera, etc. websites offer you free courses)
Step#4 (Imp) Keep exploring new professions you might like.
Step#5 Bring diversity in your education. You might have law degree, but you want to be involved in management of a law firm, opt for MBA, and the chain goes on.
Remember, keep exploring, try your hands at diverse professions despite the failures. That's the key to finding successful career that you're truly passionate about (could be more than one).
I'm a Recruiter and I've always loved learning people's stories and how they got to where they are. I also enjoyed reaching out to people to better understand their career path and seek advice. Therefore, recruiting is a great fit for me because it really brings together all of my interests. I truly enjoy my job and once you feel that way, you know you're in the right career. I also find my day-to-day responsibilities rewarding and impactful. I think it's important to really think about what you truly enjoy doing and think about your strengths. Then make a list of jobs you think could be a fit and then find some people on LinkedIn to do a virtual coffee chat with. You can then learn more about that particular career.
In school, I tried to take classes that aligned with the product design field. I wanted to make sure that the content and skills I was using in these classes aligned with what I enjoyed and what my strengths were. Another good way to see if a career is a good fit for you is through networking with others in the field. Explore internship opportunities or forums like this to try to get a better understanding of what a career in this field actually looks like. Learning by shadowing someone or getting your own experience in the field is the best way to see if a career is the right fit for you. Many of my internships and early positions in my career made me realize what I DID NOT want to do in my future career, which is still a helpful learning experience.
Once you do find a career that is a good fit for you, you will know it. You will enjoy going to work, using your strengths to create something new or make an impact towards something, and you will have a passion to learn and get better in the field. It takes time to find the right career fit for you, but the best thing you can do is try different things, think about what parts of your experience you liked or didn't like and use those learnings and help from others to continue exploring that field or find something new that might be an even better fit.
I had considered a career in fashion merchandising while I was a student, but later decided on accounting/finance due to greater career mobility and earnings potential. Use this time to figure out what's important to you. Do you want to work in a field you love, one that works to your strengths, one with more stability, etc? Of course a career can satisfy all the criteria you're looking for, but it's good to assess what it most important to you, find something you want to pursue, then get the work experience and see if you actually enjoy the day-to-day.
I found that was what worked best for me. I learned what I liked/disliked from all my prior professional experience and used that to direct my career aspirations towards the next position/career I was aiming for.