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In over his head

Posted by MichaelFR on June 04, 2004

I would appreciate some help for the meaning of the following sentence.
This is about a defense lawyer fighting the plaintiff's one in a courtroom:
"Belk couldn't be over thirty. Maybe five years max out of a middle-range law school and in over his head going up against Chandler"
Thanks for your help.