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  • Law School Application Advice

  • Personal Statements & Essays

    Personal statements are used to frame how you want the law admissions officers to view your application. The statement should make sense to the reviewer - the reviewer should not have questions remaining when they are finished reading.

    The DU Writing Center is available to help with questions about personal statements or to meet for a consultation to review your personal statement and essay drafts.

  • Personal statement advice.pdf

  • Resumes

    It is important to tailor your resume for your law school application. These articles have some useful tips:

  • Letters of Recommendation

    Letters of Recommendation, similar to your LSAT Score, last for 5 years. If you are planning on taking a gap year or two, go ahead and get the letters before you graduate from your undergraduate institution and send them into the Credential Assembly Service.

    Provide your recommenders with a blurb about why you are pursuing law school. This will help them understand your perspective and allow them to write you a better quality letter. 


This portfolio last updated: 09-Dec-2021 8:46 AM