Non-Traditional Law School Applicants: Old Folks Rule!

Posted by Adam M. Tyson on

When I took the LSAT for the first time, I was 31 years old, 8 years out of college, married, with a 2-year-old son, working full-time at a large non-profit institution, had a mortgage, and was the primary breadwinner in the household. I was, in other words, a “non-traditional” applicant.

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Topics: Grad School Admissions, College Admissions, Law School Admissions