Personal Statement

A personal statement is your chance to REFLECT upon your life and show the law school admissions committee who you are as an INDIVIDUAL. Tell the Admissions staff something about yourself, your experiences and your life. Use vivid, descriptive prose with the intent to draw readers in and keep them interested.

Aim to use short, polished sentences in your statement. Keep the language simple and straightforward. You only have a short space to make your point, so it is vital to be convincing while communicating your enthusiasm for law. Complicated and ambiguous text can detract the attention from your most significant issues.

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