Law School Personal Statement
While undergraduate grades and LSAT scores are vitally important to a law school application, it is unwise to underestimate the law school personal statement. Your understanding of law school, what you hope to learn there, and what it is about the law that compels you is the ideal way for admissions officers to understand who you are and what kind of lawyer you will be one day.
- Via telephone or video chat, we will discuss the law school personal statement.
- We’ll talk about the prompt, then teach the applicant how to create a structure for the personal statement, which the applicant will then use to write a first draft.
- When we receive the personal statement, we will discuss what works and what doesn’t. The applicant then uses our notes and suggestions to write a second draft.
- Next up is one more review of their draft. This is where we point out mistakes or errors in the text.
An interesting and informative law school personal statement differentiates you from all other applicants. This important document needs to depict personal details of your life concisely and thoughtfully to an admissions committee that is looking for reasons to deny people.
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