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Old 01-20-2014, 11:51 AM   #1
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Some law schools offer support for students with families, but clear planning will help them succeed.

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Please Explain briefly about how parents can law students ???
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Is it a good idea to live at home or in separate independent housing while in law school?
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Personally I think it is best to be at campus and devoted just to studies and campus life--not at any family home or with parents etc where distractions are sure to exist.
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According to me there is no age limit for studies. I liked your post. I think that a parent/adult can also go to college. A parent should attend a regular degree for any course so that they can fully concentrate on their studies which would help them to excel in their field. Along with this they should have the ability to balance their studies and their homemaking.
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I certainly did not see that family support option at my law school.
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Good to know that some law schools support children with families. According to me there is no age limit for education. Everyone should have right to education.
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