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There's a range at every school, and there isn't really an age at which one becomes "too old" for law school (although note that the financial considerations may change significantly as one ages and/or starts raising a family). I had a mentor once who attended law school in his late 40s, and ended up becoming a very successful lawyer.
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My goal!s1m4 wrote:Dont mean to derail but yeah had that as well where an older fellow just destroyed everyone and set the curve, got the best grades, and then didnt go biglaw or gov (so took the best grades, but then didnt use them to get a job). Ugh
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