The Personal Statement that each candidate must prepare is a critical part of the application and should be thought of as an interview with the Admissions Committee.
In reviewing Personal Statements, committee members assess candidates according to the following considerations:
1. Capacity for critical, creative and original thinking
2. Communication skills, including writing skills
3. Evidence of capacity to manage workload and time
4. Ability to make a meaningful contribution to the overall law school environment and to the profession and the public it serves as demonstrated by, among other things:
• A record of extracurricular activities and community involvement
• Career experiences and achievements
• Personal success in dealing with challenges
• Diverse social, economic, ethnic, or cultural experiences and perspectives
• Awareness of and interest in specializations and other strengths of the Faculty’s program of legal education
• Specific career aspirations
5. Commitment to upholding ethical standards and to treating all members of the university community with respect.
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