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    I want to include The Prince by Machiavelli, The Republic by Plato and another book that talks about the opportunitys that a law degree offers.

    Is that enough or should I include other books in my personal statement?
    Or is that enough ?

    I want to apply for law at Oxford, LSE Kings and UCL btw.

    There's no 'enough' really. The point is to get across what you're interested in, in a way that's convincing and reasonably distinctive.

    A PS saying something interesting and relevant and The Prince, The Republic, and a book about the opportunities of a law degree ('What About Law?' perhaps...?) sounds great. You don't need to go searching for other things to mention.
    • PS Reviewer

    I wouldn't put any of them in. I'd just talk about why you want to do law.
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