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That said, IMO the best PSs tell a compelling "why law" narrative. Did your recovery play any part in drawing you to the law? What do you plan to do with your J.D.?
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QContinuum wrote: That said, IMO the best PSs tell a compelling "why law" narrative.
This is true, but the fact is that most people don't have compelling "why law" narratives. Better to have a good non-law PS than an average why-law PS.
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