Law School Personal Statement Editing Services
The road to law school begins with an extraordinarily competitive application process. Your personal statement is your chance to show admissions officers what sets you apart from other applicants. Don’t leave it to chance – give yourself an edge with personalized admissions writing guidance from the Ivy-League experts, including Harvard and Yale graduates, at EssayEdge.
Best for those with a final essay–ensures your essay is error-free before you submit it
- Your essay will be 100% free of spelling, grammatical and mechanical errors
- Email follow-up with your editor post-review
- 48-hour turnaround
Most popular–combines proofreading with an expert critique
- Includes Proofreading package
- Constructive critique with detailed advice for how to make your essay more compelling and relevant
Most comprehensive & best value—from initial brainstorm to polished drafts in 2.5 weeks.
- Includes Standard package
- One brainstorming and outlining phone session prior to your first edit and critique
- 7 days of unlimited email support from your editor following your first session
- An additional phone session with your editor following the first revision
- 7 days of unlimited email support from your editor following your first edit
- Second edit and constructive critique
|WORD COUNT + PRICES|
|1,201 - 1,800||$129||$239||$479|
|1,801 - 2,400||$159||$279||$529|
|24-hr rush||$59||$59||Can't rush the awesomeness|
Have an essay over 2,400 words? You can easily submit a longer essay – your base package price will be the rate of the 1,801-2,400 package, plus $10 per every 100 words thereafter. This option is available for each Proofreading, Standard and Premier.
- With the increase in competition, application essays are more important than ever
- Dedicated team of Ivy-League graduate editors spend hours on YOUR essay
- Reviews are 100% free of grammar and spelling errors...guaranteed
- 24 or 48-hour turnaround time... you decide
- Proven history of helping thousands of students with their individual essay needs
"Thank you! With EssayEdge, I have already been admitted to several of my top-choice schools: Berkeley, Cornell, Georgetown, and Vanderbilt. I just wanted to share the good news with you; your help was invaluable in my application process."— Eric, Enrolled at Georgetown
Your Law School Statement of Purpose Is Your Best Argument for Admission
Think your law school personal statement is something you can crank out at the last minute? Think again. Today more than ever, law schools put enormous emphasis on law school essays when deciding which applicants will be accepted and which will be rejected. It takes an extremely strong, personal, and compelling law school essay to set yourself apart from the crowd of other competitive applicants and give yourself a leg up in today’s cutthroat application process. Otherwise, you’re likely to fade into the crowd.
Why is your law personal statement so important?
- Most applicants to top law programs have strong test scores and GPAs. The personal statement helps admissions officers choose among students with similar credentials.
- A great law school personal statement shows the reader why you are interested in pursuing a law degree and what you plan to do once you earn it.
- Effective communication skills are a vital trait required of every legal professional. Your statement is your first chance to showcase your abilities to someone at your target school.
- Many applicants have issues around their candidacy, large or small, that need to be explained in greater detail – your essay is a great place to provide this invaluable supplemental information.
Every Individual is Different, so Your Law School Essay Must Be Unique
No two law school applicants are exactly alike, though you wouldn’t know that from looking only at GPAs and LSAT scores. In fact, on paper, many law school applicants boast credentials that are remarkably similar to others, especially when you focus on applicants to individual law schools. That’s one of the biggest reasons that your law school personal statement carries so much weight with the admissions committee.
Law schools seek students who can synthesize large amounts of complex information into convincing arguments and then present those arguments in a compelling way; your law school statement of purpose is your first chance to make a persuasive case of that sort, this time in favor of your admission. Your statement of purpose for law school is an outstanding opportunity to illustrate your commitment to issues surrounding law and justice and outline a career vision that clarifies your pursuit of a degree in this field. Beyond simply detailing your qualifications, a truly effective statement will convince admissions officials that you will be a great addition to their school.
EssayEdge boasts an extensive and experienced network of editors ready to help you write the best statement that you’re capable of crafting. Writing well in a law admissions setting is about much more than big words, grammatical perfection, and engaging stories; you need to put everything together in an essay that truly captures your reader’s imagination. With one-on-one guidance from a law admissions professional, your law school application essay will present an airtight case for your admission to the law school of your choice. Whether you need a single proofread to catch any lingering errors or several weeks of personalized assistance from one of our editors, we have a service ready to meet your unique needs. What are you waiting for? Take the first step toward a successful career practicing law by writing a personal statement that will truly sway your target audience!
Have questions about our essay editing services?
Give us a call at 877-338-7772 (inside the U.S.) or 609-896-8669 (outside the U.S.) (9 am – 9 pm Eastern Time/7days a week).
* To receive the 50% discount on a second edit, second edit must be purchased at the same time as the Standard package, and may only be used for the essays which the Standard package was purchased. Second edit may only be used with the same editor who provided the primary review with the Standard package.