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    After intense research I've decided I really want to study law at uni. However, I didn't study law at a level and now I'm struggling to write a personal statement. Any advice?


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    (Original post by Millyflower)
    After intense research I've decided I really want to study law at uni. However, I didn't study law at a level and now I'm struggling to write a personal statement. Any advice?


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    studying law at a level isn't essential. just write about your interest in law and any work experience/books you've read, research you've done etc. Work experience in something related to law, whether it's shadowing a solicitor or volunteering at a law firm.. is a must to be considered. Unis just want to know that you're prepared to study law so tell them what you've done to prepare. Make it stand out, and make it personal to you and law, what got you into it, how motivated and passionate are you and you should provide evidence to support it too. hope it helps!
 
 
 
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