Law personal statement
There are thousands of degree courses out there, with new subjects being added every year. One thing is for certain though: a law degree always be amongst the most popular.
Undergraduate Law personal statement
Students are attracted for a number of reasons: the achievements of great human rights lawyers, the intellectual rigour of complex cases, the drama of the criminal court - and, quite often, a fairly respectable pay packet. The competition, however, is fierce, with over ten applicants to each place in many universities. The law personal statement is key in enabling universities to see who has the potential for this incredibly competitive course.
How are Law personal statements different?
An LLB personal statement will often differ subtly from other undergraduate personal statements. Successful applicants may often refer to particular cases, historical or contemporary, that have interested them; some may have attended mini-pupillages or had similar work experience. A common problem, even for those expecting top grades, is how to make your law personal statement prove you have the academic expertise for the course and that you know its expectations. With so few schools and colleges offering A Level Law, it is up to the applicant to demonstrate not only their knowledge of the course, but demonstrate how their studies so far have prepared them for this new venture.
Our team includes a number of law graduates who know the formula for success, and will work with you on your law personal statement to maximise your chances on this competitive course.
Postgraduate law personal statement
The standard law degree (LLB or BA in Law) is not the only route into the profession. Many graduates of other subjects choose to take the GDL (the Graduate Diploma in Law), often known as a law conversion course: a highly respected and demanding programme incorporating two years of the LLB into a single year’s study, leaving you on an equal footing with those who studied law as an undergraduate. For many applicants, it will be at least three years (more for mature entrants) since they last had to write a personal statement, and this could include a huge range of academic, work, or cultural experiences. Our writers are skilled at putting all this into a GDL personal statement that shows you at your very best.
After you get your law degree - whether this be the LLB or GDL - there comes the time to specialise. Our postgraduate personal statement team are well aware of how the competition steps up here. We offer services for the LPC personal statement (the Legal Practice Course, for potential solicitors) and the BPTC (the Bar Professional Training Course, for potential barristers).
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