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Many of you have heard the euphemism "non-traditional" law school applicant. This term has been used to encompass persons who seek to go into law from other careers, who took some time off and have decided on the path to law school, or pretty much anyone who didn't go straight from undergrad to law school in their early twenties. As we've written in the past, it's never too late to go to law school.
Older applicants can and do get into law school, though they may have to work at it a bit more than their younger counterparts. Here are few things you'll have to face if you're an older applicant looking to get into the best school you can.