Hello! I am a Cardiff Uni alumnus from India, looking to steer my career path toward law to exploit the myriad of sectors and lead with business/legal consulting, and I am overwhelmed by all the different qualifications out there. I am expecting to attain some clarity, so bear with me if it seems a tad basic.

I have a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering and also a Masters in Business Management, and I have what is equivalent to a solid to high 2:1.I am just wondering what would be better in the long run and the prospects accordingly. I have looked at the following programs:

The LLM at Cardiff Uni/ KCL
The MA Law at Uni of Bristol
The Grad Entry LLB at Leeds, Birmingham, QMUL
The Accelerated LLB/ Senior Status LLB at Uni of Edinburgh.

I am confused because they all seem to lead in the same direction, but if it didn't matter which way you went about it, these differences wouldn't exist. It seems like a JD/MBA would be viable option considering my profile and also the academic progression, but I am just wondering if I can hurt my career prospects by doing one or the other?

Also, just to be clear, the process in my case is: 1st degree--->Masters---->Qualifying law degree----> solicitor or barrister training?

Appreciate your help, cheers!