viperess wrote:I'm an older student (over 60) who already had a solid career, raised a family and has seen grand-babies go off to boarding school.
I want to go to law school because it's on my bucket list.
When I graduate I'm going to only do pro bono work and I really want to work with domestic violence victims or children involved in "the system". I'm not concerned about possible salaries: I'm retired and have already been mooching off my husband for years
Money is no object at this point, so I'm not worried about the varying costs of living.
What I am concerned about is the quality of life at these schools.
Every single person on this board could learn something from this woman. She's doing for the love of learning/challenge what a lot of you are doing solely for money.
Money =/= happiness. Neither does T14 or T-whatever.