Yeah, what did happen, damien?
I too will have a birthday around orientation and when classes start...I am 24, going on 25.
I don't know that you will be the baby but out of the two schools I was serious about (Widener and Duq), Widener does seem to have the more diverse group in terms of age. Put it this way, I felt extremely old among Duq entering students.
I also want to let everyone know about a book that I found to have good information about Widener (and other law schools). I don't know if it's common knowledge but at any Barnes and Noble you can get a book in the college section called Vault Guide to Law Schools (or something like that). It's pretty good because it describes the school in other terms than LSAT scores and average GPAs, etc...it tell you more about the liveability of the campus, the fellow students, from the perspective of current students and alumni. I defintely wouldn't buy the book at this stage of the game but if you are ever in the bookstore and want some quick reading, it is informative.