“As a foreign-educated applicant, I was more than apprehensive when I made up my mind to apply for law school. However, Ann’s expertise has proved to be extremely worthy for someone of my background. She was able to give me a correct assessment of my foreign undergraduate transcript, guide me through the complex process of drafting my personal and diversity statements, providing keen insight on what aspects of my life I should highlight, advise me on whether I should cancel my LSAT score, and help me make a list of schools to apply to when I finally finished the big test. Most importantly, she returns my drafts extremely fast – usually in one business day. With Ann’s help, I’ve been admitted to several top 14 schools! These schools are far beyond what I hoped for , and I believe that working with Ann is the best decision I’ve made in this admission cycle.” – Michael L. (accepted at Berkeley, Columbia, and Duke, among others)
Many law schools give you the opportunity to share how you will lend a diverse perspective to the incoming class. This is pretty open-ended, and often people come to us with questions about whether their parents being immigrants, or their religious background, or race qualify them as diverse. Law School Expert can help you determine whether it would benefit you to write this essay and how to approach it. Common topics include socio-economic disadvantage, race, religion, sexual orientation, overcoming a hardship such as a disability, or being the first in your family to attend college.
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