Which of these 3 things should I talk about in my PS

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elegally
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Which of these 3 things should I talk about in my PS

Postby elegally » Thu Nov 11, 2010 12:50 pm

1) International business experience (started an importing company right out of college- I help companies in S. America register trademarks and understand U.S. IP Laws, which I learned from option number 3).

2) Volunteer work at a local wildlife center (2 years)

3) Work experience at my parents law firm (5 years) and our friend's law firm (2 years)


152. 3.44. I need a good PS to say the least

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plenipotentiary
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Re: Which of these 3 things should I talk about in my PS

Postby plenipotentiary » Thu Nov 11, 2010 12:51 pm

Retake.

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capitalacq
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Re: Which of these 3 things should I talk about in my PS

Postby capitalacq » Sun Nov 14, 2010 2:07 pm

whichever one reveals the most about you

WITHOUT PREJUDICE UCC 1-308,
Capitalacq.

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ahduth
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Re: Which of these 3 things should I talk about in my PS

Postby ahduth » Sun Nov 14, 2010 2:29 pm

capitalacq wrote:whichever one reveals the most about you

WITHOUT PREJUDICE UCC 1-308,
Capitalacq.


This and also... option 1 because it sounds nifty, plus shows initiative and creativity. Not many people will have started importing companies.

canuck
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Re: Which of these 3 things should I talk about in my PS

Postby canuck » Sun Nov 14, 2010 2:35 pm

All 3. Develop a theme around them and create a narrative that incorporates each one. 2 pages is plenty of space to speak to many different experiences.

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artichoke
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Re: Which of these 3 things should I talk about in my PS

Postby artichoke » Sun Nov 14, 2010 2:35 pm

Whatever impacted you the most/ made the most difference in helping you choose law school/ making you who you are today.




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