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Grandmother goes after law degree

By the time Sheila Parenteau can practise law, she'll be 84 years old. She's studying for her LSATS now (Shelley Joyce/CBC).

Sheila Parenteau is just a week shy of her  79th birthday, and she'll probably celebrate the big day in the same way she spends most of her afternoons.

Very quietly.

Sheila is studying for her LSAT, and spends most days at the Law Courts library in Kamloops.

Daybreak freelancer Shelley Joyce tip-toed into Sheila's personal study space for a visit.
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