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Hi, lower 6th student thinking of studying Law at queens starting 2022. Any advice for personal statements/is the course generally well liked and enjoyed by students? Heard from some that they really didn’t enjoy it and just trying to work out if it is something I really want to do (plus, I have no clue where to begin for personal statements haha)
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Hi, lower 6th student thinking of studying Law at queens starting 2022. Any advice for personal statements/is the course generally well liked and enjoyed by students? Heard from some that they really didn’t enjoy it and just trying to work out if it is something I really want to do (plus, I have no clue where to begin for personal statements haha)
Hi there I got an offer for Law at Queens a few months ago (they're now my firm choice in case I don't get into Trinity or UCD). I can't speak as to any personal experience of the course, but if you want to DM me I can share my Personal Statement with you?
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Hi, lower 6th student thinking of studying Law at queens starting 2022. Any advice for personal statements/is the course generally well liked and enjoyed by students? Heard from some that they really didn’t enjoy it and just trying to work out if it is something I really want to do (plus, I have no clue where to begin for personal statements haha)
Hi Anonymous,

Great that you are conisdering Queen's. Although not a law student myself, my flatmate has just completed her law degree. For her she really enjoyed the course and is now going onto do a masters at Boston University. You can always talk to one of course ambassadors if you would like to hear more about studying at Queen's. https://www.qub.ac.uk/Study/chat-with-students/
I would say that in general for all CV's try to avoid cliches, and showcase your genuine interest and knowledge in the subject. Discuss an online course, a placement or even a book that made you want to study law.
Good luck

Thanks,
Team Queen's
Charlotte, Third year, English and History.
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