my question is: what should i do??
Now i know that the medical proffession is very diverse. But i don't wanna deal with patients at all.
If there is no job that deals with the law aspect of medicine and it doesnt need a MD, should i quit medicine and try an find somehing better, or is there another job i dont know about that i can look into
This is the reason why med school should always be very clear at the beginning, letting know the students that they should be there only if it's their dream, what they want. Your story is actually really common, you are studying medicine because your parents want you to.
I have a couple of friends that quit med school after a while, one quit on his second year in order to study something he really enjoyed: music and administration. He is doing really well right now. The other quit after she simply couldn't stand her clinical rotations in the hospital and fainted a couple of times in the emergency room. She was easily in the top 3 in our class, but she was doing it only because her parents wanted her to follow their steps. She is now studying music as well.
You are still early into the career, once you start your clinical rotations you'll know if you can carry on or not.
As for the law-medicine thing, well, hospital administration is more administration oriented although it definitely has its fair deal of law involvement as well. A friend of mine actually got a master degree on business administration before he entered medicine, he actually wants to do the whole hospital administration thing.
There is also pathology, you won't have to deal with patients as much, you'll be working behind the scene making and confirming diagnosis, you could even go for forensic pathology which is even more law oriented.
Radiology is another specialty that doesn't deal as much with patients.
I think honestly that you should rethink your career choice, all the sacrifices that you make during your time as a student are not worthy if you are not enjoying it. You have to love medicine academically, love the idea of helping others, be in it for the economic remuneration (this is still acceptable if you care for your patients), or a healthy mixture of them.
Do you have a dream profession, something you really picture yourself doing?