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Many law school applications provide you with the opportunity to submit optional essays or supplemental essays. Some of these ask you why you want to attend that particular law school, or what your favorite work of art is, or to write a 250-word essay on any topic of your choice. A few law schools even invite you to provide a video of yourself answering a specific question. The first decision is whether or not you should attempt to respond.
Law School Expert generally recommends that applicants complete optional essays if the question applies to them. If a school provides an opportunity to explain your interest in that school, you would be remiss to ignore it. Law School Expert can help you decide how to best approach optional essays and have them add to the caliber of your law school application.
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