To answer your question exactly as asked, yes it makes sense; that is, it's intelligible.
However, even if your teacher gives you a pass on the second sentence being a fragment, the part after the comma is not parallel with the first. The way to check is to repeat the part between the things being compared. So here that would be:
"Lost because he did not find a meaning in his education with law, LOST BECAUSE unfulfilled with the required monotonous courses."
That second part doesn't sound right, right? The part after the first "because" starts "he [verb]ed," and the comma implies a continuation of the "because," so what follows should also start "he [verb]ed." If you changed it to: "Lost because he did not find a meaning in his education with law, and he felt unfulfilled with the required monotonous courses," that would be the easiest fix.