Is in non-traditional to become a lawyer stricly to obtain a better salary quicker? Wondering about this.
But anyway, it's going to be very interesting to see how schools value my experiences, if they'll think I'm a scatter-brain or if they'll recognize that I was testing the waters and exploring how far my skill set would stretch. I know I feel way more prepared for LS now than I ever did before, I just hope that comes across!
i feel better seeing other 31 year olds here. single, never-married, kick-boxing never panned out, and i'm still waiting for that "dare to be great" situation. i designed t-shirts, let SED kids bite me as a counselor, and finally got around to pursuing an advanced degree... law.what i want to know is, how many other non-trads will be in our class, percentage wise? is there a school out there that loves us more than others? i'm just worried that my late night prowess ain't what it used to be... and it will be nice to find kindred spirits.