Does anyone reckon that age is even looked at by law schools?
I'm a 1L and I'll turn 30 in Nov. (although I know tiNtcr, I'm actually excited about this birthday.) I've been really pleasantly surprised by how little difference age makes. My youngest friend so far in law school is barely 22, and plenty are in their mid-late 30s. There's no divide between the non-trads and the straight-from-undergrads. It's been a non-issue so far.And I have to say, other law students around my age told me that this was the case when I was applying and fretting over being one of the older students. I was skeptical then, and I wouldn't blame you for feeling the same now. But trust me - it'll probably be fine.