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Personal Statements

A personal statement is usually two-to-three pages long and explains why you want to go to law school. Schools take these seriously and a poorly written personal statement can be one of the reasons why your application is rejected.

The Office of Academic Advisement has several reference books, handouts, and a binder of sample personal statements. The director of Academic Advisement also meets with students to review their personal statements.

For more information on writing personal statements, visit the personal statement section or contact the Office of Academic Advisement for assistance.

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