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Is going to Law School a big decision?
Sally A. Kane wrote about legal careers for The Balance Careers, and is an attorney, editor, and writer with 20 years of experience in legal services. Going to law school is a big decision at any age.
How many law school students don’t go directly to Law School?
The Law School Admissions Council has estimated that approximately 30% of law school students have not tossed their four-year-degree caps into the air and proceeded directly to law school. They’ve taken at least a few years to think about it.
Is it too late to apply to Law School?
It’s never too late in life to apply to law school. Although most applicants are under 25, roughly 20% are 30 or older, according to the Law School Admission Council. Many older law graduates build fulfilling second careers that draw upon both preexisting skills and experiences and those that law school provides.
Is it worth it to go to Law School?
But there’s no doubt that it’s worth the sacrifice if you’ve always wanted to be an attorney. The average age of first-year law school students is about 24, but maybe you’ve spent years in another profession, and now you’re thinking, What if I went back to school and got my law degree?