Help with your Personal Statement of Purpose for Law School

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OllieBeth
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Help with your Personal Statement of Purpose for Law School

Postby OllieBeth » Fri Apr 19, 2013 8:15 am

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nickb285
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Re: Help with your Personal Statement of Purpose for Law School

Postby nickb285 » Fri Apr 19, 2013 10:44 am

Or, you could post it in the Personal Statement forums on TLS and not pay some guy with a Gmail account who spends his days spamming to tell you the same things we will.

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Re: Help with your Personal Statement of Purpose for Law School

Postby nba101790 » Fri Apr 19, 2013 11:02 am

nickb285 wrote:Or, you could post it in the Personal Statement forums on TLS and not pay some guy with a Gmail account who spends his days spamming to tell you the same things we will.



Yeah, that.


Also, the original post is poorly written, unclear, not compelling, and unprofessional. Exactly what every personal statement should not be.

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Re: Help with your Personal Statement of Purpose for Law School

Postby vzapana » Fri Apr 19, 2013 11:43 am

This writing sample is awful. Retake

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Re: Help with your Personal Statement of Purpose for Law School

Postby MyNameIsFlynn! » Fri Apr 19, 2013 12:55 pm

OllieBeth wrote:We distinguish ourselves from other law school personal statement services by our humanitarian emphasis. We take the high moral ground, fostering a sense of historical justice through the celebration of diversity. Most of our clients are international students, and we enjoy helping to prepare the leaders of tomorrow in the field of law, people like you who want to make the world a better place. We help you brainstorm ideas free of charge so as to make your long term goals as creative and convincing as possible, helping you to weave the disparate elements of your story together in an eloquent fashion that causes you to stand out from the crowd.

Lawyers simply have a bad reputation as being mercenaries; in other words, they are often seen as people who are interested almost exclusively in making money, rather than helping their fellowman. As with most stereotypes, of course, there is both a small measure of truth to this accusation as well as numerous exceptions to the rule. For our purposes, however, it is interesting to ask why it is that Law School admission is the most competitive among all fields, even medical school; it is not like doctors, for example, do not also make a lot of money. We are in the business of helping people get accepted to Law School, as well as Graduate School, Business School, etc.

For this reason we are very conscious of the fact that a broadly disproportionate amount of applicants to programs of higher education seek professional help with their Statement or Admission Essays when they seek to be admitted to Law School, much more than the number of applicants to any other field. Indeed, our research has shown that nearly half of those applicants to a higher education program that seek professional help producing their Admission Statement, are seeking to be admitted to Law School. If you are curious, you can confirm this yourself by simply doing a key word search on the phrases 'Personal Statement' and 'Statement of Purpose' noting the large number of searches that combine these phrases with the words 'Law School'.

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120. you need to take your PS back to the drawing board, dude. the (lack of) substance is awful.




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