Your age won't be a problem with job recruiters but b-schools will scrutinize your achievements more than they would a 26 year old. HAving said that, your achievements actually sound pretty interesting and of course they will know that law school takes three years, so you can really subtract three years from your age. The key will be in demonstrating what you will offer your classmates from the law field that will be valuable to them . B-school is a lot about what you learn in the classroom from your cohort as well as the professor of course. I agree that the GMAT is a bit of a concern, but as a diversity candidate who offers a unique international perspective, you will be given more leniency there---but not too much. If you could get the GMAT up a bit more that would be great. The top schools get diversity candidates with 750 GMATs too, so you have to think on why you should displace one of them. You need to demonstrate you can handle the curriculum--perhaps your academic record shows this? Shoot for a 48 or better quant if you can.
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