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When Law School Comes Later: Connecting as a Nontraditional Student - Law Students News

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Posted on: Jul 9, 2014

The majority of law students are in their early to mid-20s and preparing for their first career. Law schools know how to tend to those individuals' needs, but for the nontraditional students - those who served in military, are embarking on a second career, have a disability or have a family - there are other needs that should be met. This article talks about ways that nontraditional students can make sure they're getting the most out of law school and which steps to take to make sure that they truly connect with the school they attend.

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