« on: December 18, 2011, 07:06:56 AM »
The personal statement is your opportunity to go beyond LSAT and GPA. The focus of your personal statement should always be on you and those events, people, or circumstances that have shaped who you are and your decision to apply to law school. So instead of rehashing information already in your application, use the personal statement to your advantage by including more personal, in-depth information about what makes you so special. Also you may take professional help for getting into the law school of your dreams.