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Need an Expert Review of Your Personal Statement?   

Lacking a Polished, Dynamic Story That Will Resonate with the Admissions Committee? 


- Former Law School Admissions' Officer will review your statement, provide you with expert insight and direction, that affirms your statement will be noticed by the law school admissions' committee.

- Please visit www.writetrackadmissions.com to learn more about our comprehensive Law School Admissions Services, and Personal Statement Review. 
- And, email info@writetrackadmissions.com for a Free Assessment of your Personal Statement. 


Our Clients Have Gained Admission to the top Canadian & American Law Schools, including:

- The University of Toronto Faculty of Law
- Osgoode Hall
- Harvard School of Law
- Columbia School of Law
- UBC School of Law
- The Stanford School of Law

... and more!

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Need an Expert Review of Your Personal Statement?   

Lacking a Polished, Dynamic Story That Will Resonate with the Admissions Committee? 


- Former Law School Admissions' Officer will review your statement, provide you with expert insight and direction, that affirms your statement will be noticed by the law school admissions' committee.

- Please visit www.writetrackadmissions.com to learn more about our comprehensive Law School Admissions Services, and Personal Statement Review. 
- And, email info@writetrackadmissions.com for a Free Assessment of your Personal Statement. 

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Need an Expert Review of Your Personal Statement?   

Lacking a Polished, Dynamic Story That Will Resonate with the Admissions Committee? 


- Former Law School Admissions' Officer will review your statement, provide you with expert insight and direction, that affirms your statement will be noticed by the law school admissions' committee.

- Please visit www.writetrackadmissions.com to learn more about our comprehensive Law School Admissions Services, and Personal Statement Review. 
- And, email info@writetrackadmissions.com for a Free Assessment of your Personal Statement.   


Write Track clients have gained admission to the most prominent and prestigious JD and LLM programs, including:

•   Harvard School of Law
•   Yale School of Law
•   Columbia School of Law
•   University of Berkeley School of Law – Boalt Hall
•   NYU School of Law
•   Stanford School of Law
•   University of Toronto Faculty of Law
•   University of Chicago School of Law
•   Georgetown School of Law
•   And other top American and international law schools

www.writetrackadmissions.com

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A Personalized Roadmap to Law School Admissions

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The Law School admissions process can be both arduous and imposing. Write Track Admissions, however, will pair you up with an Admissions Expert who will guide you through the daunting law school admissions process, and navigate you toward your dream law school.  Write Track Admissions will guide you through each and every step, and furnish you with the expertise that will maximize the quality and professionalism of your law school application. In addition, your very own Admissions Expert can provide you with guidance about other components of your application. Each client will receive the optimal, individualized attention and a candid assessment of your application materials before you even proceed with Write Track’s services.  Visit www.writetrackadmissions.com


Write Track clients have gained admission to the most prominent and prestigious JD and LLM programs, including:

•   Harvard School of Law
•   Yale School of Law
•   Columbia School of Law
•   University of Berkeley School of Law – Boalt Hall
•   NYU School of Law
•   Stanford School of Law
•   University of Toronto Faculty of Law
•   University of Chicago School of Law
•   Georgetown School of Law
•   And other top American and international law schools


Admissions  Services

•   One-to-One Personal Consulting with your own Write Track Admissions Expert, and a professional evaluation of your prospect of admissions, and expert guidance about how to confidently proceed with packaging your law school applications
•   Constructing the most polished and compelling Personal Statement & Essays

•   Assessment of whether you require an Addendum or Supplemental Essay

•   Constructing a professional Law Admissions Resume

•   Research & Identify the best law schools that fit with your interests and professional aspirations

•   Strategic expertise about identifying and pursuing Scholarship and Grant opportunities at individual law schools

•   Facilitating contact with Write Track Admissions Alumni, who are current students or graduates at your law school of choice, who can help mentor you through the admissions process



Student    Testimonials



"When I was done, I knew it was golden-- and so did Harvard and Yale Law."Amir Saad, (Yale Law, '12)

"What made them unique was that they were SO excited about what they were doing that they made me excited about my statement!!"Ali Assareh (NYU Law, '12)

"With their help, I was accepted by my #1 law school. "Sara Keller, (Berkeley Law, '10)

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A General Anatomy of an Effective Law School Personal Statement
Kal, Write Track Admissions

After receiving many emails about how to construct an effective personal statement, I thought I would provide a general outline/schematic for how to approach conceptualizing and structuring the statement.  Indeed, preparing a clear vision is vital before putting pen to paper, and composing an outline provides an established framework that affirms your statement will flow thematically, and read fluidly.  Again, the following outline is very general, but provides a solid template you can use to commence organizing the structure of your statement. 
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Introduction: Try to start with an action or some unique statement, perhaps a quote or slogan.  The key is to start the essay with some memorable idea that you can also use to conclude the statement.  A provocative or dramatic message that will immediately capture the attention of the admissions committee reader.  For instance, consider the following opening to an effective law school statement: 

“Our language is the reflection of ourselves.  A language is an exact reflection of the character and growth of its speakers.”  I vividly recall reading the words of Cesar Chavez, the iconic Mexican American organizer who dedicated himself to California’s farm workers and their claim to justice.  Listening to President Barack Obama proclaim Chavez’s rallying cry, “Si si puede!” not only resurrected Chavez’s altruistic spirit, but also a revitalized American ethos premised on a recommitment to multiculturalism and inclusion. 

Primary Essay Body: Use the majority of the statement to elaborate on the points made in the introduction but make sure that there is an element of continuity where there is a clear trajectory in the client’s life that has lead them to pursue the program of their choice.  Integrate the personal narrative with the accomplishments, and articulate a compelling story/progression that leads up to the client’s decision to pursue a particular academic course of study. 

School/Program Paragraph: Use a section of the essay before the end of the essay to state why the school the client is applying i.e. location, professors, programs, future opportunities after graduation.  Herein, the salient key is to integrate your aspirations and interests with the strengths of the particular program, which motives your decision to apply there. 

Conclusion: Use the central point made in the introduction and bring the essay back full circle, concluding with a salient statement that really captures the clients story and statement.

Please contact me directly for any questions you have about the personal law school statement, or more comprehensive help with you statement. 

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