shanshan333 wrote:Anyone care to read? It's a paragraph. Short and sweet.
Cornell Law School is one of my top choices because I appreciate the fact that the school approaches the study of law "within the context of its ultimate humanity". It is important to me that Cornell emphasizes producing lawyers that are "cut from a different cloth,” and that the university emphasizes a liberal education. For this reason, I am also impressed with Cornell’s premier public interest department and the fact that the university’s students have logged a total of 876 hours. It is evident that Cornell values providing students with the opportunity to give back and be active participants in humanity’s progression and also allows students to enjoy the time spent with classmates helping the community. Furthermore, the fact that Ithaca is surrounded by nature and has many beautiful landscapes also makes Cornell Law School a particularly appealing university. I love horseback riding and snowboarding and I believe Ithaca is the perfect place in which to do both of these activities. Horseback riding in particular is a passion of mine that I itch to do everyday; as a result, I would be delighted and thrilled by the opportunity to possibly join Cornell’s prestigious equestrian team.
I wrote like two sentences pointing out that my entire undergraduate focus of study has been on Japan studies and they have an east Asian law specialty. I think you're fine. I'm pretty sure you can't join a collegiate equestrian team- can you? Have you confirmed?