Book Title: Later-in-Life Lawyers (2nd Ed.): Tips for the Non-Traditional Law Student
Publisher: The Fine Print Press, Ltd.
Author: Charles Cooper
Law schools are, by their nature, traditional in attitude and in structure. Most books about law school take the same approach: they do not address the unique needs of the significant non
traditional segment of their student body. Other law school books focus on largely irrelevant factors such as rankings and employment in “prestigious” law firms. In short, even though a significant percentage of law students are nontraditional, there is little accurate, relevant material to help nontraditional students navigate the admissions process and ultimately succeed in law school. And that’s where this focused guide steps in. Its first edition is already established among nontraditional students. Its second edition will prove even more compelling. (Charles Cooper)