Kinds of books that might work for you include:
light humor: "In a Sunburned Country;" "The Code of the Woosters;"
quick action/thriller/brief chapter foci: "Code of Conduct;"
books that you may have childlike affection for: perhaps "Flatland;" "Alcatraz versus the Evil Librarians;" "A Wrinkle in Time;" "The Neverending Story;" "Night of the Ninth Dragon" (reading promotes a type of neural wiring, including patience, so childlike books are both emotionally encouraging and neurologically sound for purposes of that wiring);
books in your field of vocational interest: "Tough Cases;" "Getting to Maybe;" "The Street Lawyer."
Also, if you're both willing to persevere in legal training and desire to serve the rights of others, sometimes half a loaf is better than none: law school first, if that whole loaf is too burdensome (e.g., you're in the lowest quartile of your average law school, and not a happy camper), then something like https://www.criminaljusticedegreeschools.com/criminal-justice-careers/criminal-law-paralegal/ may be a next best choice.