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Crafting Your Law School Personal Statement

Tuesday, February 4, 7:30 p.m., EST

This webinar will provide key insights about the role of the personal statement in the application-review process for admission to law school.   The presenters also will offer a series of recommendations for writing an effective personal statement, including a series of "dos" and "don'ts."  Multiple personal statements submitted by former applicants to law school will be reviewed and critiqued.  In the 15-minute Q and A segment following the formal remarks, the presenters will  respond to questions from webinar participants. 

There is no cost to attend, but early registration is encouraged.

Presenters

Charles Roboski has served as director or dean of law school admissions at six law schools since 1988.  During that time he has reviewed more than 45,000 applications for admission and has worked with a cross section of faculty members serving on admission committees.  Dean Roboski joined the administration at Michigan State University College of Law in 2008 as Assistant Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid.

Eamon Ladewski has been a law school admissions professional and has advised prelaw students since 2009.  As associate director of admissions at Michigan State University College of Law, he counsels prospective law students at each phase of the application process - from freshmen in college to candidates who have been offered admission.


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