I've been an engineer for 10+ years and my technical credentials are conveyed pretty strongly on my Linkedin profile. However, a few years ago (early mid life crisis?) I wanted a change from engineering and decided to go to law school for 3 years and did legal internships in a IP firm + law school during this period - at the end I decided I really didn't want to do it full time. I am back in engineering in a big company and have been there for 3 years, so I have managed to "shed" the legal aspect in a manner of speaking.
That said, I am wondering as I move forward in my career, how to best indicate my foray into legal in my Linkedin profile - given the "mini-break" in my strong engineering career. Alternatives being, to leave it blank during that period (don't want to do that) or indicate some side engineering start up work I did during law school that wasn't that successful (which would in scope those startups during any future tech interviews, but they didn't have meaningful progress during my full time law school + legal internships).