Although already an MBA i would like to know the feasibility of this law degree.
Answer: Education is an investment. Like any investment you have to make sure that you will get the desired return on your investment.
A law degree can be expensive in both money and time. Will you get that money back with increased earning potential?
Most Law programs (the good ones) require you to go full time. Are you in a position where you can take a year or two off from working full time to go to Law School? There are Part-time Law School Programs but they require a fair amount of time also.
You are definitely young enough to go back to school, but I would first do some research on what law specialty you would do and if it would give you the best return on your investment. You may not care about your investment, this may be something that you just WANT to do. In that case, go for it.
Part Time Law Schools:
Part-time law programs allow working professionals to balance a career with evening or weekend courses. Students in part-time programs can usually earn a J.D. in four years.Here is a ling to the best Part Time Law Schools as ranked by US News and World Report: http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/part-time-law-rankings
Georgetown Law School is ranked #1.
So, to answer your question. Is it feasible? It is certainly feasible for someone that has the financial resources and time to devote to it. Only you know if you are one of them.