Thanks for the feedback. I thought that it was suppose to give the reviewer some kind of idea why I am looking at law school, but from the reviews I guess that is not the correct thing. Could you please point me in the correct way. Is there some book that I can look at with examples or something. But I bet most of you will tell me to look at the board. Again thanks for the feedback.
Certainly it is not ideal to talk about "why you are looking at law school." Everybody seems to love a book written by Montauk, How to get into the top law schools."
You should have made up your mind already why you want to go to law school, why you would be a good candiditate/student is what they want to see. They really want you to talk about you, not other people. The more they know about you, How YOU did things that helped people, or whatever reason you can come up with to tell them you are interested in their school. Yes, some hove different personal statements for different schools. Remember, it's still all bout you.
Montauk does a good job on this, not so good in other areas, but he has nailed this part.