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Law is not "lucrative." Saying law is lucrative is like saying being a writer is lucrative. Just as very few writers make a lot of money writing, very few lawyers make a lot of money practicing law. The difference is that you don't have to incur over $200,000 in expenses from tuition, books, rent and food to become a writer and you shouldn't take advice from someone shilling for an LSAT prep course who has a clear conflict of interest in misinforming you about what the field of law is really like, especially since he has never actually been in the legal field himself.
On average, the likelihood of securing a lucrative position as an associate in a big law firm is about 5% or less. There is a much greater likelihood that a graduate's starting full time employment salary will be less than $60,000 and it could even be less than $40,000. Your likelihood of being employed as an entertainment lawyer are even less and it is quite possible, depending on the law school you attend and your law school grades, that you will never find employment as a lawyer. While your chances of securing employment and the employment that you seek will depend greatly on the reputation of your law school and your grades, there are no guarantees even if you attend Harvard Law as there are unemployed Harvard Law grads and Harvard Law grads working on temp assignments doing low level document review for $20 an hour to service their student loan debt.
Your likelihood of securing well paid employment is substantially greater if you stick with dental school, especially since you haven't mentioned why you are even considering a career in entertainment law or what kind of exposure and understanding you have as to what entertainment law actually is.