Personal statement - case studies?

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When writing a personal statement for a law course, would it be appropriate to refer to a case study? If so, is it okay to indicate your feelings about it.
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I think it would be more beneficial to focus on why you're interested in pursuing law and only include a case study/your opinion on said case study if it is brief and significantly relevant to your interest in law. You don't have a lot of words for a personal statement, so make sure they count
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Here's guidance on writing a law PS: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/uni...tement-for-law
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